Tuesday July 7, 2020

Swissport to create 200 jobs at Dublin Airport

The company said its ground handling business at the airport grew by 23% last year

15th February, 2016
Dublin Airport Pic: Pixabay

Swissport has announced the creation of 200 jobs at Dublin Airport as it grows its ground handling services.

The Swiss airline service company has been operating at Dublin Airport since its takeover of Servisair in 2013. It provides ground handling services to 46 airlines employing more than 570 staff.

The company said its business grew by 23 per cent last year and is expected to increase by a further 10 per cent this year. It is recruiting customer service...

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