Çelebi India has begun providing ground-handling services at Chennai International Airport.
The Turkish ground handling services company has installed new, modern infrastructure at the airport, and will have a team of 750 employees by the end of the year to handle scheduled and non-scheduled services using both the domestic and international terminals.
US Bangla Airlines and YTO Cargo recently signed a contract with Çelebi to look after their ground handling requirements at the Tamil Nadu airport.
Chennai is the ninth airport in India for Çelebi after the company established operations at Mumbai, Delhi, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Cochin, Ahmedabad, Goa (Manohar International Airport, Mopa), and Kannur.
Tauseef Khan, CEO of Ground Handling Çelebi India, said: "We recognise the importance of Chennai Airport as a key gateway for travellers, and we are excited to contribute to its growth and efficiency.
“Long wait times for baggage on arrival and extended queues at check-in will now be a thing of the past once passengers experience the services provided by Çelebi. Our commitment to building a sustainable ecosystem and expanding our capacity to handle the ever-growing number of passengers is unmatched.
“Our team of highly skilled professionals will ensure that passengers' needs are met with the utmost care and attention. With state-of-the-art electrical equipment and facilities at our disposal, we will provide passengers with an experience that is smooth, hassle-free, and truly exceptional.
“This launch marks a significant milestone for Çelebi India and Chennai Airport, strengthening our commitment to delivering world-class ground handling services in the aviation sector and providing a superior experience for all passengers travelling through this vibrant gateway."
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