ATS, WFS team up to handle China Cargo Airlines

Airport Terminal Services (ATS) in partnership with Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) has won the aircraft ground handling and cargo warehouse handling contract for China Cargo Airlines’ historic launch of direct cargo services between Lambert‐St. Louis International Airport in the US and Shanghai, China.


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ATS, WFS team up to handle China Cargo Airlines

Airport Terminal Services (ATS) in partnership with Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) has won the aircraft ground handling and cargo warehouse handling contract for China Cargo Airlines’ historic launch of direct cargo services between Lambert‐St. Louis International Airport in the US and Shanghai, China. The new contract commenced with the launch of air services on 23 September which the Chinese all-cargo carrier is operating using B777 and B747 freighter aircraft. The new service represents the first phase in an economic development programme planned by the Midwest‐ China Hub Commission, a group of prominent Missouri‐based associations who’s ambition is to grow international trade opportunities for the region. Commenting on the award, ATS president and COO, Sally Leible, said: “We are immensely excited to be a part of this pioneering opportunity with the City of St. Louis to stimulate a new global trade lane with China. We have created a dynamic partnership by combining our 35+ year history of operating at the STL Airport with Worldwide Flight Services’ specific knowledge of China Cargo Airlines to produce a winning result.”