The ground handling services provider Baltic Ground Services (BGS) has been successfully serving Czech Airlines for a while now and has renewed the into-plane fuelling services contract for another two years. According to the extended contract, BGS will continue to provide Czech Airlines with into-plane fuelling services until the end of 2013.

During the 2011-2012 winter season Czech Airlines operates an Airbus A319 and offers daily flights on route from Vilnius to Prague and back.

“The main company objectives include not only attracting new clients in the Lithuanian and Polish markets but also retaining the existing ones. Our long term cooperation with Czech Airlines just goes to show that our clients value the high quality of services the BGS offers,” commented the CEO of Baltic Ground Services Saulius Batavicius.

In 2011 Baltic Ground Services accounted for 42% ground and 74% fuelling services market in Vilnius International Airport.

The aviation ground handling services company Baltic Ground Services owns a license enabling them to provide aircraft ground handling services in Lithuania and across the six largest airports in Poland: Warsaw, Krakow, Katowice, Gdansk, Wroclaw and Poznan.

Czech Airlines is the national carrier of the Czech Republic that operates flights to 104 destinations in 44 countries across Europe, North America and the Middle East. The carrier belongs to the international airline alliance Sky Team. Its fleet consists of 38 aircraft:  19 Airbus A319/320/321, 8 Boeing 737, 4 ATR72-202 and 7 ATR42-320/500.

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