Nordic aviation services provider, Aviator Airport Alliance, has extended its partnership with Turkish low-fare carrier Pegasus Airlines at Copenhagen Airport in Denmark.

The two companies have enjoyed a partnership spanning more than a decade of collaboration since 2009 and highlights a longstanding relationship that also extends to Goteborg Landvetter Airport in Sweden.

Aviator Airport Alliance will continue to provide extensive ground handling services, including passenger, ramp and de-icing services for Pegasus for the next three years. The Turkish low-cost carrier (LCC) will operate an average of 23 weekly flights with a fleet that includes Boeing 737-800, Airbus A320 and Airbus A321 aircraft, connecting Copenhagen to Turkish hubs including Antalya and Konya airports as well as Sabiha Gokcen Airport in Istanbul.

“Renewing our partnership with Pegasus Airlines is a testament to the strong relationship we have built over the years,” said Jens Bo Hanse, MD of Aviator Airport Alliance Denmark. “Since 2009 we have been committed to providing Pegasus with the highest standards of service at Copenhagen Airport. We are proud to continue this journey, further strengthening our ties and setting new benchmarks in airport services.”

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