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Qatar Aviation Services participates at IATA Ground Handling conference

Posted 11 June 2019 · Add Comment

Qatar Aviation Services (QAS), participated as a silver sponsor at the 32nd IATA Ground Handling Conference that took place in Madrid, Spain.

 

QAS welcomed hundreds of delegates to its exhibition stand where the company showcased its premium ground handling services, in particular the Centralised Load Control (CLC), which QAS recently announced the opening of their first international CLC office in New Delhi, India. This is the first step towards QAS’s international expansion plans, which were announced at the same conference last year

QAS senior vice president, Mehmet Murat Nursel, said, “We are very proud of this year’s participation at the conference. The IGHC plays an important role as a platform for all industry leaders to come together and discuss issues related to ground handling and aviation.”

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