WGH has signed an agreement of the delivery of ground handling services at 17 Norwegian airports.
WGH has signed an agreement of the delivery of ground handling services at 17 Norwegian airports, Oslo (OSL), Sandefjiord (TRF), Stavanger (SVG), Haugesund (HAU), Trondheim (TRD), Bergen (BGO), Ålesund (AES), Kristiansand (KRS), Kristiansund (KSU) , Molde (MOL )and Evenes (EVE), Bodø (BOO), Tromsø (TOS), Andenes (ANX), Alta (ALF), Lakselv (LKL) and Kirkenes (KKN). WGH will provide full handling for the Swedish regional airline Braathens Regional Airways (BRA) with first flight at 1st of July, as well as their charter airline Braathens International Airways operating from 1st of April on behalf of Nordic Leisure Travel Group.
Kjell Ivar Maudal Commercial Chief Officer commented on the cooperation. “It is with great excitement we welcome Braathens Regional Airlines as our new partner in Norway, giving us the opportunity to demonstrate our commitment to high quality service for a successful and long-term relationship. We are confident that our highly dedicated and qualified team will exceed Braathens Regional Airlines expectations, and we look forward being their Norwegian partner for the years to come”!
About Braathens Regional Airlines
Braathens Regional Airlines (BRA) is owned by the investment company Braganza (owned by Per G Braathen) and AMF pension. BRA operate mostly domestically in Sweden, with a fleet of 14 ATR aircrafts. BRA is the first commercial airline being eco- certified in accordance with ISO 14001 in 2009. Braathens International is BRA’s charter airline with a fleet of Airbus 319, operating for charter companies in Scandinavia.
Widerøe Ground Handling (WGH) has been awarded the contract of delivering ground handling services for Norwegian Air Shuttle at 16 airports in Norway. From April 1st, Norwegian's passengers will be looked after by WGH at Ålesund, Alta, Andøya, Bergen, Bodø, Evenes, Haugesund, Kirkenes, Kristiansand, Kristiansund, Lakselv, Molde, Stavanger, Tromsø, Trondheim og Sandefjord lufthavn