Menzies wins new contracts at Los Angeles airport

Looking forward to offer expertise to MAS & Level, deepen relationship with LATAM: John Redmond, EVP, Americas, Menzies

Menzies wins new contracts at Los Angeles airport
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Edinburgh, Scotland-based Menzies Aviation has secured a series of wins at the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), its largest station in the Americas, with the LATAM Group, Level and MAS airlines.

Menzies has secured a new contract with Level, IAG's low-cost airline, to provide full ground services at LAX. "With this new agreement, Menzies now provides complete coverage to the IAG Group of airlines at LAX including British Airways, Iberia, Aer Lingus and Level," according to a statement from Menzies.

Menzies has also been awarded a contract by Mexican cargo carrier MAS to support its daily freighter flights. This win further solidifies Menzies as the preferred ramp handler for freighter aircraft at LAX, the statement added.

"Menzies and LATAM Group's global relationship continues to go from strength to strength with Menzies extending its ramp handling contract and adding full passenger handling to the list of services for the Latin American airline's twice daily flights at LAX."

"We are proud to continue to expand our business at LAX, the largest airport on the West Coast," says John Redmond, Executive Vice President – Americas, Menzies Aviation. "These new contracts demonstrate the trust and confidence airlines have in the ability of the Menzies team to provide safe, secure and consistent quality service. We look forward to providing our expertise to MAS and Level as well as deepening our relationship with the LATAM Group."

Menzies reported a 27 percent increase in revenue to $1.35 billion and an underlying operating profit of $76 million in 2021. Menzies handled 0.6 million aircraft turns, 1.7 million tonnes of cargo and fuelled 2.5 million turnarounds in 2021 at more than 210 airports in 38 countries.

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