Winnipeg Airports Authority Welcomes Increased DHL Service
September 6, 2017
WINNIPEG, MB – September 6, 2017 – Winnipeg Airports Authority is pleased to announce DHL, a world postal and logistics leader, is expanding service to Winnipeg Richardson International Airport. Starting September 5, 2017 DHL will connect Winnipeg to its hub in Cincinnati, Ohio with daily weekday service using a B737-400F aircraft.
“This increase in service from a global leader like DHL is just further validation of Manitoba’s growing economy” said Barry Rempel, President and CEO of Winnipeg Airports Authority. “WAA is continuing to invest in our cargo operation to attract new business, drive economic growth and support jobs in our region.”
DHL had been servicing the Winnipeg market with a smaller aircraft, connecting through Minneapolis. This new direct route to DHL’s Cincinnati hub and larger aircraft means Winnipeg now has faster DHL service.
About Winnipeg Airports Authority Inc.
Winnipeg Airports Authority Inc. is a non-share capital corporation, meaning all net revenue is reinvested back into the company. WAA is responsible for the management and operation of Winnipeg Richardson International Airport, the Iqaluit International Airport and other affiliated businesses. WAA is a leader in transport innovation and growth, providing excellent airport services and facilities in a fiscally prudent manner. WAA is one of Manitoba’s Top 25 Employers for 2017, the sixth year in row. Learn more at WAA.ca/About.
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Winnipeg Airports Authority Inc.
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