Dnata Travel Services News

Airline Catering Association formed in Brussels

Airline Catering Association formed in Brussels

13 February 2018 Airline News

Five leading airline catering providers have launched the Airline Catering Association as a non-profit international organisation, based in Brussels, Belgium. Do & Co, dnata, gategroup, the LSG Group, and Newre are all involved in the new body.

dnata wins Hainan Airlines contract in Australia

dnata wins Hainan Airlines contract in Australia

Global air services provider dnata has signed another multi-year agreement with a Chinese carrier Hainan Airlines to provide full ground handling services for the airline’s new flights to Sydney’s Kingsford Smith Airport. This is the second Chinese airline customer that dnata has won this year, adding to the contract with Xiamen Air announced earlier in the month.

dnata acquires majority stake in Imagine Cruising

dnata acquires majority stake in Imagine Cruising

dnata has announced it has signed an agreement to purchase a majority stake in Imagine Cruising. Imagine Cruising is one of the UK’s leading cruise and stay holiday distributors with expertise in both the tour operating and retailing of cruise, working with all the leading UK and international cruise lines. Based in Swindon, UK, with offices also in Cape Town, South Africa, Imagine Cruising provides passengers with a range of cruise options around the world.

dnata snaps up Stella Travel in UK

dnata snaps up Stella Travel in UK

dnata announced has it has signed an agreement to purchase the entire issued share capital of Stella Travel Services. Stella Travel Services is one of the UK’s leading travel businesses and includes five brands: TravelBag, Travel2, Sunmaster, Global Travel Group and Triton Rooms.

dnata boosts cargo infrastructure throughout UK

dnata boosts cargo infrastructure throughout UK

dnata continues to develop cargo infrastructure at its newest locations, having invested more than £8 million throughout the United Kingdom. Recognising the need for enhanced services at Glasgow, Birmingham, East Midlands, Newcastle and Gatwick airports, and moving Manchester warehouse space to larger, refurbished facilities, dnata has improved the flow of air cargo in the UK.

Amadeus inks deal to provide departure control to dnata

Amadeus inks deal to provide departure control to dnata

29 October 2013 Travel Technology News

Amadeus has announced an agreement with dnata, one of the world’s largest combined air services providers, to implement Amadeus Altéa Departure Control’s Flight Management solution in their centralised load control offices in Dubai. The airport ground handler, part of the Emirates group, is now present in 75 airports in 38 countries.