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01
Nov
Sky Handling Partner win new Contracts at London City Sky Handling Partner are pleased to announce the successful procurement of two new airline contracts operating out of London City Airport. We recently finalised the contracts with Tap Airlines, the national air carrier of Portugal and VLM airlines and they are set to commence later in […]
29
Jun
In June, Sky Handling Partner began working with Qatar airways on their new route operating out of Dublin airport. The daily flights to Doha, capital of Qatar, commenced on the 12th of June. The launch was implemented in a seamless manner with everyone delighted at how the initial phase was executed. The route is operated […]
29
Jun
Canadian airline, WestJet has returned to Dublin airport for the 2017 summer period. The daily flights from Dublin to St. John’s in Newfoundland resumed in May this year, providing a beneficial link between Ireland’s capital and the northern Canadian province. When this route began in June 2014, it was the only European route that WestJet […]
29
Jun
On the 1st of July next, Norwegian will begin their first transatlantic service to operate out of Dublin. These flights are bound for regional airports in the states of Massachusetts and New Jersey. Norwegian Air will operate these flights out of Terminal Two in Dublin airport. As Sky Handling Partner’s presence in Terminal Two is […]
06
Apr
KLM have returned to London City Airport this month after 8 years. In choosing to return to London City, the Dutch flag carrier airline have cited the benefit to passengers of being located in the heart of London. With KLM reinstated in London City they present plenty of options to passengers with access to their […]
06
Apr
In January 2017, Sky Handling Partner signed a renewal contract with Irish owned ASL Airlines Ireland. In a move which exhibits the excellent working relationship between the two companies, ASL Airlines Ireland have selected Sky Handling Partner to assist them with their ground handling needs for the next three years. ASL Airlines Ireland underwent a […]