Airport and Air Services

Airport and Air Services

Airport and Air Services Jonathan Poland

Companies in this industry operate airports for commercial and general aviation and provide support services such as air traffic control, aircraft fueling and maintenance, baggage and cargo handling, ferrying aircraft, and rental of hangar space. Major companies include Aeroports de Paris (France), Fraport and Lufthansa Technik (both based in Germany), Heathrow (UK), ST Engineering (Singapore), and Swissport (Switzerland).

Industry’s Top Companies:

  • AerCap Holdings
  • Atlas Air Worldwide
  • Joby Aviation
  • AerSale Corporation
  • Blade Air
  • Wheels Up

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