Grupo EULEN Soft Lands 2023 Announcing Three New Aviation Partnerships

Nov. 27, 2023
The aviation services provider has signed new contracts with Norse Atlantic Airways, West Jet in Kingston and Breeze Airways.

Grupo EULEN has marked a significant achievement by signing three major contracts during this last quarter. These partnerships solidify Grupo EULEN's position in the U.S. aviation scene and reflect its commitment to continuous growth. 

The aviation services provider has signed new contracts with Norse Atlantic Airways, WestJet in Kingston and Breeze Airways. Grupo EULEN’s services encompass ramp handling, cleaning cabins, wheelchair assistance and providing security services at major airports such as Miami International (MIA), Kingston, Jamaica and Ft. Myers Airport (RSW). 

"Our continued rise in the aviation world speaks volumes about our team's dedication. We're thrilled to team up with great airlines and play a part in making airports and aviation operations run smoothly," Angeles Campoy, chief executive officer for Grupo EULEN in the United States, said.

Norse Atlantic Airways will be serviced from Miami Airport as it offers B787 Dreamliner direct flights to Oslo, (OSL), Paris, France (CDG), London-Gatwick (LGW) and Berlin (BER). WestJet offers three weekly flights from Kingston to Toronto, Canada (YYZ). Using its B737 aircraft, the airline will utilize the EULEN's full handling services. Breeze Airways will use the EULEN's services to offer wheelchair assistance starting this November. 

As part of Grupo EULEN’s growth, a collaboration with Flair Airlines, a Canadian low-cost carrier to be their go-to service provider will begin in December 2023.

"This year-end success is a testament to Grupo EULEN’s commitment to offering high quality services, job opportunities for the local markets and evidence of our customers' trust in us. We are delighted to welcome these new airlines to our aviation family and look forward to contributing to their operational success, all while creating valuable job opportunities within the market," said Campoy.