Dnata extends partnership with Lufthansa German Airlines & SWISS in Singapore

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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dnata, a leading global air and travel services provider, has extended its long-standing partnership with Lufthansa German Airlines and Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) in Singapore.

The multi-year extension of the contract will see dnata continue to provide quality inflight catering services to the carriers from its advanced facility at Changi Airport (SIN).

According to the statement, dnata’s highly-trained teams will produce and uplift more than 700,000 meals annually to ensure a world-class dining experience on board the two airlines’ flights. Lufthansa and SWISS currently operate a total of 21 weekly services out of Singapore.

dnata, including the German and Swiss carriers, provides catering and retail services to more than 30 customers with a team of 380 dedicated employees in Singapore.

Mr. Hiranjan Aloysius, CEO of dnata Catering & Retail Australia and Singapore, commented that, “We are proud to be the inflight caterer of choice for Lufthansa and SWISS, two leading international carriers that are both renowned for their commitment to quality. We will continue to work closely with the airlines’ team to contribute to their excellent onboard experience by delivering innovative menus and delicious meals that passengers love.”

Mr. Benedict Fanconi, Head of Catering Operations & Logistics at SWISS, said that, “dnata has proven itself as a reliable catering partner over the past years. We are pleased that we can extend our cooperation and offer our passengers from Singapore our culinary offerings at the usual high level.”

“We very much appreciate the renewal of our successful partnership with dnata. Our guests can continue to enjoy high-quality catering on their flights to Germany and Switzerland,” commented Mr. Klaus Berger, Head of Hospitality & Catering Management at Lufthansa German Airlines.

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