Swissport will be providing aviation fueling at Helsinki Airport in Finland. They will take over the operations of Shell Aviation, including a customer portfolio of leading international carriers.
Swissport is expanding its fueling business in Northern Europe. The start of operations for its new fueling business is set for 1 October 2022 at Helsinki-Vantaa Airport (HEL), Finland.
Swissport, the global market leader in aviation ground services is taking over the fueling business of Shell Aviation as well as a customer portfolio which includes some the world’s leading air carriers such as Finnair, Japan Airlines, Ryanair, Qatar Airways, Air France, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Turkish Airlines, Juneyao Air, and Danish charter Sunclass Airlines. Initially, Swissport’s new fueling unit in Finland is expected to deliver approximately 85 operations per day.
“We are extremely pleased to further complement our portfolio of aviation services in Finland with fueling at Helsinki-Vantaa Airport,” says Markus Vahtera, Swissport’s Managing Director Finland.
“The addition of fueling to our broad service portfolio fits well with our expertise in complex hub operations. It delivers on our ambition to be the go-to brand that airlines turn to for whatever ground service they may need.”