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Kenya Airways and TAL Aviation sign agreement

Posted 19 December 2019 · Add Comment

Kenya Airways and TAL Aviation cargo divisions have signed an agreement making it the first time TAL Aviation will be providing cargo and logistics services for the airline.

 

Headed by Anita Mirchandani, TAL Aviation's country manager Ivory Coast, Anita and her team will be providing a variety of cargo and logistics services throughout its market as sole representative of Kenya Airways Cargo.

Ilan Ezra, TAL Aviation's Director of Cargo said: "We look forward to increasing market share for our new partner and delivering operational excellence to our customers.”

Kenya Airways has also appointed TAL Aviation as its General Sales Agent (GSA) for its passenger services in France.  TAL Aviation's French team will be providing a full range of services on behalf of the airline, as well as supporting its long-haul Paris route. 

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