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12/6/2012
ATS announces opening of 5 new stations

Airport Terminal Services (ATS) announces completion and launch of 5 new stations for various ground handling activities.

 

As a result of a significant award by a major, longstanding customer of ATS, the station openings represent a selection from the multi station contract award for ramp, cleaning, cargo and passenger services in support of more than 60,000 annual departures across 5 new and 9 existing stations for ATS. Specific services vary by location.  The new awards are in the following stations:

 

Austin, TX (AUS)                       Detroit, MI (DTW)          Fort Lauderdale, FL (FLL)          

Kansas City, MO (MCI)              Philadelphia, PA (PHL)

                                                           

All transitions were successfully completed by November 15th.

 

 

ATS President and Chief Executive Officer, Sally Leible, said: “ATS has again demonstrated its capabilities for executing large multi-station launches. We have a record of achievement in large awards, which is proof and validation that our processes and systems for transitions works.

 

About ATS

 

ATS is a well established and award winning full service provider of passenger, ramp, cabin and cargo services. ATS serves 40 airports in the United States and Canada with nearly 3,000 employees. Now in our 37th year of operation, we are committed to delivering quality services by maintaining the highest level of safety and supplying efficient, effective staff.

 

For more information please contact Brian McCormick, Vice President Sales and Marketing at bmccormick@atsstl.com

 

 

 

 

December 7th, 2012

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