dnata’s Airport Handling to Launch Operations at Rome Fiumicino

Airport Handling dnata Rome Fiumicino

Airport Handling, a majority-owned subsidiary of leading global air and travel services provider dnata, has been awarded a seven-year ground handling license by Aeroporti di Roma and will establish operations at Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO). The company is targeting to launch operations in the Italian capital in the second quarter of 2024.

Alberto Morosi, CEO of Airport Handling, said: “We are proud to have secured an operating license at another leading Italian airport due to a highly competitive tender process. Expanding into Rome Fiumicino is a significant milestone that aligns with our growth strategy and underlines our commitment to consistently enhancing our operations.

Airport Handling will provide a range of quality and safe ramp and passenger services to airlines in Rome. It has already invested over €20 million to purchase new ground support equipment (GSE), including advanced electric vehicles. Having recruited a local senior management team familiar with the Rome market, Airport Handling is targeting employing over 1,800 customer-oriented aviation professionals at FCO.

Airport Handling’s expansion into Rome further strengthens its position as a leading air services provider in Italy. A trusted partner of over 60 airlines, the company’s dedicated teams handle over 22 million passengers and 82,000 flights annually at the two Milan airports, Malpensa (MXP) and Linate (LIN).

“We look forward to working with the airport to deliver high quality and safe services for our airline customers and their passengers travelling to or through Rome. I thank our partners for their continued trust in our services and our team for their hard work and dedication.”

The majority stakeholder of Airport Handling is dnata, a global player in the combined air services industry that operates at over 120 airports globally. Besides its ground handling business, dnata also provides catering & retail services at all major Italian airports, including Rome Fiumicino.

Serving over 300 airline customers, dnata’s customer-oriented teams handled more than 710,000 aircraft turns, moved over 2.7 million tonnes of cargo and uplifted 111.4 million meals in the financial year 2022-23.

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