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airport again aviagroundforce wins matorral handling

AviaGroundforce wins again the handling of El Matorral airport

Aviapartner Groundforce wins again the handling of El Matorral airport.

No changes in Fuerteventura in relation to those in charge of the management of the handling awarded by AENA

The result of the Aena handling contest has already been announced. The airport manager has announced today the award of licenses for 43 Spanish airports and 2 heliports for the next seven years.

As can be extracted from the data, Iberia has won five licenses in 29 airports, which will be Madrid, Tenerife North, Menorca, Santiago, Girona, Asturias, La Palma, Zaragoza, Vitoria, Reus, Valladolid, San Sebastián, A Coruña, Santander, Vigo, Burgos, Pamplona, Huesca, Logroño, Salamanca, León, Jerez, Almería, Murcia, Granada, Badajoz, Melilla, Córdoba and Albacete.

It is just the same number as in the previous tender. However, despite having presented one of the most ambitious offers, it loses presence in key points such as El Prat, Palma de Mallorca, Malaga, Alicante, Gran Canaria, Tenerife South and Ibiza.

In the case of Groundforce, the Globalia group has obtained 11 licenses (plus one charge), in 12 airports. These are Madrid, Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca, Malaga, Alicante, Gran Canaria, Valencia, Ibiza, Lanzarote, Bilbao, Fuerteventura and Zaragoza.

Among the other bidders, Aviapartner has won 13 licenses in 15 airports, while Menzies will be present in seven; the UTE Iberia Handling-Clece in one; Swissport in one; and WFS in another with a charge license.

Aena sources highlight that "it has been a process in which there has been a longer previous elaboration because we have gone further. We have spoken with the whole sector and all the offers have been very good. The selection criteria have been 100% objective and non-discriminatory."

Now, from the allocation of these licenses, airlines will have to establish the commercial relationship with the operators in possession of the new licenses. Independently of them, companies may also request to provide the service to themselves (autohandling) under the established terms and conditions.
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