Swissport pulls out of Changi

Airport ground handling firm Swissport International, a unit of Spain’s Grupo Ferrovial is pulling out of Singapore’s Changi Airport after chalking up losses of more than S$50 million (US$33.6 million) since starting up operations at Changi in 2005, has chalked up , The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore said Swissport’s airline clients will continue to […]


Changi Airport ground handling Swissport


Airport ground handling firm Swissport International, a unit of Spain’s Grupo Ferrovial is pulling out of Singapore’s Changi Airport after chalking up losses of more than S$50 million (US$33.6 million) since starting up operations at Changi in 2005, has chalked up , The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore said Swissport’s airline clients will continue to receive the same level of service through new agreements with either of the two other ground handlers at Changi Airport – Singapore Airport Terminal Services, a unit of Singapore Airlines and Changi International Airport Services.