Signed a strategic partnership with "UNIX" for ground handling at "Soekarno-Hatta" airport.

Dnata is expanding into the Indonesian aviation market

Dnata serves 13 airports within the Asia Pacific region.


Dnata, a provider of air services, entered into a partnership agreement with the Indonesian company, PT UNEX Rajawali, operating in ground handling and cargo at the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in the capital, Jakarta.

A statement yesterday stated that this strategic partnership will allow dnata to expand its presence in the Asian Pacific Basin region and enter the Indonesian aviation market. It will also contribute to improving the ground handling capacity in Indonesia, through joint investments between the two parties in facilities, equipment and training.

The statement pointed out that this cooperation will begin at the airport in the capital, Jakarta, with plans to expand its scope to include other Indonesian airports, in the coming years.

Dnata’s Regional Executive Director for the Asian Pacific Basin, Dirk Joffers, said that providing the best and highest quality services to customers is the core of our operations, and we are looking forward to a long-term and successful partnership with UNIX that will bring great benefits to the airline’s customers.

He continued, "Our partnership will contribute to strengthening the position of Soekarno-Hatta International Airport as a regional aviation hub. We will also work hard to ensure the highest standards of service and safety in Jakartan with plans to expand our operations to cover other airports in Indonesia in the future."

For his part, Bodiman Tedja, head of the company, said: “We are pleased to enter into a strategic partnership with (dnata), which has an excellent reputation and a long history in the field of air services.” Domestic flight, will contribute to Indonesia's position as a regional aviation hub, promoting industry best practices, and providing world-class services.

It is noteworthy that "dnata" serves 13 airports within the Asian Pacific region, providing reliable services in ground handling, freight and catering to more than 80 air carriers.

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