Noida Airport Taps Bird Group for Ground Handling
AVIATION & AIRPORTS

Noida Airport Taps Bird Group for Ground Handling

Noida International Airport Limited (NIAL) has awarded the ground handling services contract to Bird Group for the upcoming Noida International Airport. The selection of Bird Group underscores NIAL's focus on partnering with experienced and reputable firms for crucial airport operations.

Under the agreement, Bird Group will provide comprehensive ground handling services, including passenger handling, baggage handling, ramp handling, and other essential services at the Noida International Airport. The partnership aims to ensure seamless operations and enhance the overall passenger experience at the airport.

The decision to entrust Bird Group with ground handling responsibilities reflects NIAL's confidence in the group's capabilities and track record in the aviation sector. Bird Group brings extensive expertise and technological solutions to optimize ground operations and meet international standards.

The Noida International Airport, situated in Jewar, Uttar Pradesh, is poised to become a key aviation hub in the region, catering to the growing air travel demand in the National Capital Region (NCR). The selection of Bird Group for ground handling services aligns with NIAL's vision of establishing a world-class airport infrastructure.

As construction progresses on the Noida International Airport project, the partnership with Bird Group underscores NIAL's commitment to delivering excellence in airport operations and services. The collaboration aims to set new benchmarks for efficiency, reliability, and customer satisfaction in ground handling services at the upcoming airport.

Noida International Airport Limited (NIAL) has awarded the ground handling services contract to Bird Group for the upcoming Noida International Airport. The selection of Bird Group underscores NIAL's focus on partnering with experienced and reputable firms for crucial airport operations. Under the agreement, Bird Group will provide comprehensive ground handling services, including passenger handling, baggage handling, ramp handling, and other essential services at the Noida International Airport. The partnership aims to ensure seamless operations and enhance the overall passenger experience at the airport. The decision to entrust Bird Group with ground handling responsibilities reflects NIAL's confidence in the group's capabilities and track record in the aviation sector. Bird Group brings extensive expertise and technological solutions to optimize ground operations and meet international standards. The Noida International Airport, situated in Jewar, Uttar Pradesh, is poised to become a key aviation hub in the region, catering to the growing air travel demand in the National Capital Region (NCR). The selection of Bird Group for ground handling services aligns with NIAL's vision of establishing a world-class airport infrastructure. As construction progresses on the Noida International Airport project, the partnership with Bird Group underscores NIAL's commitment to delivering excellence in airport operations and services. The collaboration aims to set new benchmarks for efficiency, reliability, and customer satisfaction in ground handling services at the upcoming airport.

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