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"Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything" - George Bernard Shaw
September 1st, 2014 has seen a new beginning in airport ground services at both Milano Malpensa and Milano Linate. Airport Handling, the newly constituted player in the Milanese marketplace represents enhanced services for customers. For this ever evolving industry there is now a complete solution that maximizes cost effectiveness while also addressing to the specific expectations of Airlines and their passengers.
His extensive professional experience in public accounting, M&A, project finance, negotiations (acquisitions, disposals and mergers of many famous Companies) together with his roles in setting and implementing strategy, building business and managing all aspects of a professional services firm with 1200 people and 20 offices led him to acquire systemic skills and attitudes in management.
He served as Chairman or Managing Director of over 20 companies in the service sector and as a member of various Ernst & Young committees. Since October 2014 he is President of Airport Handling.
With over 23 years of background in ground handling activities, he's currently General Manager at Airport Handling for which start-up he hardly worked. Joining the airport operator in 1992, he spent his first few years in cargo warehouse and ground handling ramp operations functions.
His following ten years have been spent in leading positions in several operations departments in the ground handling. Such roles gave him a wealth of experience. Over the last six years, he served as Operations Manager showing very good attitudes.
With a degree in Economic and Social Sciences at Bocconi University in Milan, Lidia Lago Suardi experienced in Ground Handling business within several departments. Her very good attitudes and skills shown at Finance allowed her to take on various roles of responsibility as Financial Planning and Control Manager first, followed by International Affairs and Relationship Manager.
In the recent years, she was named Customer Service Manager within the Commercial Aviation area and, then, Head of Planning & Control. Currently, Airport Handling's board appointed her as Chief Financial Officer.
She graduated in Foreign Languages and Tourism Management at Università Cattolica in Milan and has been working in the aviation ground handling business since 1998 where her experience started from operations department. For eleven years, from 2002, she worked at a handler commercial department as contracts and sales key account and then became business development manager.
She is currently Chief Commercial Officer at Airport Handling where she was deeply involved in the start-up process. Her accountability covers both Linate and Malpensa Airports.
Hired by the Airport Operator in 1982, he began as Ramp Agent and Load Controller, role in which he played for 10 years becoming then Supervisor and, later on, Airport Duty Manager. Thanks to the experience gained in operations, since 2009 he was named Operations Manager for Ramp Agents and Load Control activities.
In Airport Handling, in 2014 he was appointed as Air Side Manager comprehending, besides the aforementioned Ramp Agents and Load Control areas, Loading/Unloading and Baggage Handling System. Currently, he is Head Of Operations at Airport Handling.
Appointed as Head of Human Resources in Airport Handling, Angelo Viti gained his professional experience during the years spent as Group Human resources Manager in a multinational company leader in catering and food services where his focus was particularly on the management and organization of the division dedicated to food services on board to high-speed trains.
Ere long, he served as Human Resources Director and Legal Counsellor for work law and company reorganization in a wide food company. Graduated in Law at Università degli Studi in Milan, he achieved a master in Organization and Human Resources and one in Business Administration at Università Bocconi in Milan. He joined Airport Handling in February 2015.
As anticipated in April, after the confirmation of Malpensa as Platinum Station in Qatar Airways network for the financial year 2016/2017, Qatar local staff and Airport Handling wanted to celebrate this excellent result. With a little party, Qatar's Station Manager thanked Airport Handling for its collaboration and the spirit through which every day works side by side with Carrier's staff to grant Qatar and its passengers the high quality of the services. In the picture, Qatar Station Manager together with Airport Handling's General Manager and other two moments of the celebration.View picture
Last Friday, April 28th, local staff at Malpensa celebrated the handover of the station managers with a little party in which they said goodbye to the outgoing and welcome the incoming station manager. Airport Handling, assisting the Carrier at Malpensa, participated in with a representation of staff and managers and wants to wish all the best for the future to both.View picture
dnata was named “Ground Handler of the year” by Air Cargo News for the fourth year in a row. The award celebrates dnata contribution to cargo international industry. In 2016 dnata increased cargo facilities all over the network with special reference to Australia, Dubai and London where it opened the 70th cargo area.
Last Monday, April 3rd, Singapore Airlines celebrated the arrival of the brand new Airbus A350-900 at Malpensa with a short ceremony at the gate. At the event, besides Airport Handling, provider of the Carrier at Malpensa, the Authorities and the Airport Operator, partecipated in even Subhas Menon, Singapore Airlines Regional Vice President Europe and Teck Hui Wong, Singapore Airlines General Manager Italy.View picture
Yesterday, March 28th 2017, Malpensa newly gave its welcome back to Air France and KLM at the presence of the Press, the Authorities, SEA Airport Operator and Barry ter Voert, Senior Vice President Europe of the Air France/KLM Group with an inaugural ceremony and the ribbon cutting at departure gate. For the first time in Italy with the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, the Carrier wanted to celebrate its coming back after years of absence from Malpensa allowing the guests to briefly visit the aircraft before leaving to Paris with passengers on board.View picture