ISAGO certification for Airport Handling at Malpensa station
Airport Handling achieved ISAGO (IATA Safety Audit for Ground Operations program) certification at Malpensa station at the end of the whole verification process carried out by IATA inspectors during the last year. All operational areas resulted compliant with the program. The same certification process is going on at Linate station, too.
Airport Handling as second placed in April within the network of Qatar Airways
Airport Handling achieved the second place (and the first one in Europe) within the network of Qatar Airways in April. All the staff worked very well in cooperation with Qatar Station Staff to get all the KPIs agreed between the parties. The Station Manager was very pleased to extend his compliments to the handler sure that such a good result will be maintained in the future. Another good result for Airport Handling!
Started the ISAGO certification for Airport Handling
In the last few days, Airport Handling hosted IATA auditors about ISAGO certification at Malpensa Airport. Along the three-days inspection, the auditors visited all operative areas: front-line, ramp, BHS and flight/load control. Ground handling processes have been observed together with the compliance of the documentation (training records, procedures and manuals) to what stated by both aviation international regulations and carriers. Inspectors have been very satisfied in what audited and, therefore, Airport Handling will go through certification expected in the next months. Later, the same certification process will be extended to Linate as well. Another great goal by Airport Handling!
Airport Handling leaves its mark in the hold of the world's biggest aircraft
In the event of the assistance to the world's biggest aircraft arrived at Malpensa in these days, Airport Handling was pleased to leave its own mark in the Antonov 225 Mriya's hold!
14 Million Euros for the renewal of ground and ramp equipment of Airport Handling
Airport Handling's Board of Directors approved the investment of 14 million Euros for the renewal of ramp and ground equipment. Such an economic effort is one of the most important ever registered at European level by a ground handler in the last years. This investment will involve each type of equipment daily used in ramp handling: cargo loaders, transporters, passengers and service steps, air conditioning units, air starters, ground power units, diesel and electric tractors, conveyor belts, toilet and water service tanks, forklifts and rolling stocks (carts and dollies). New ramp equipment will allow to further upgrade the quality of the service given by Airport Handling with respect to high quality standards required by our customers.