ASG Announce 2011 EasyJet Deal

December 9, 2010 at 10:45 am Leave a comment

ASG have completed a deal with  international ground handling provider Servisair to provide ground handling services for low-cost operator EasyJet at their hubs in Newcastle and Liverpool John Lennon airports.  EasyJet flew over 49 million passengers in 2009, and with the expansion of routes from these two key northern airports, 2011 looks set for a bumper year.

The contracts begin in early 2011 but preparation work has been on-going for a number of months already.  ASG have a long history of designing and managing bespoke business solutions for the aviation industry, and in this venture we will provide operational planning, support and training to a team dedicated to the specific demands of low-cost, quick

EasyJet - Client at LPL and NCL

turnaround airlines operators.

“The link with Servisair gives all parties the security of a large support structure for health and safety, human resources and other back-office functions,” explained project director John Fulford. “The team at ASG have a long and successful history of providing  great ground handling, designed for the customer and aimed at providing great service to the clients’ passengers”

It is hoped that the work-force at both airports will be expanded in line with operational requirements and this has to be a boost for both local economies – secure in the knowledge of continued support for the airports by one of the worlds largest airlines.

Further information can be requested from or by calling +44(0)7946 017115

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