The recent surge of seasonal flights has sparked remarkable growth in business activity within our Aviation Divisions across the ICTS Europe Group.
Record Breaking Q2 with the surge of Seasonal Flights
“Airlines have been working towards fully restoring their networks post-pandemic, and as a result, we are anticipating the busiest summer ever. Our teams are committed to providing services of the highest standard to meet the increased demand. We understand the importance of ensuring a smooth and enjoyable travel experience for passengers during this peak season and we are focused on providing top service to our clients”, said Ronen Remetz, Executive Vice President, of ICTS Europe.
A snapshot of recent activity:
Delta Air Lines introduced new routes from Dusseldorf, Stuttgart, Berlin, Geneva, and London Gatwick Airports. An additional flight was added from Reykjavik to Detroit, a new daily seasonal flight was inaugurated from Edinburgh to Atlanta, and seasonal activities resumed at Athens, Copenhagen, Prague, Stockholm Arlanda, Venice, Lisbon, and Nice Airports as well as the big hubs. Our ICTS services are supported by the APM FLEX pre-screening method that has been recently introduced for Delta at several European locations.
We welcomed new seasonal flights for United Airlines at Rome, Shannon, Barcelona, Berlin, and Stockholm Arlanda Airports, and had the pleasure to welcome United back to Porto, Ponta Delgada, Reykjavik, Palma de Mallorca, Naples, Nice, and Venice Airports, as well as securing an increased number of flights from other locations.
American Airlines introduced an additional circa 3,000 seasonal flights just in Europe to their yearly flight schedule and announced flight changes to a year-round service from Dublin to Dallas Fort Worth and from Lisbon to Philadelphia.
Air Canada also resumed their transatlantic services with seasonal flights from Athens, Barcelona, Dublin, Edinburgh, Lisbon, and Venice Airports.
All our other valuable airline clients have also either resumed or introduced new flights to their summer schedules.
“On behalf of the ICTS Europe Group, I take this opportunity to wish our clients a very successful season. I would also like to thank my ICTS colleagues across the Group who have worked hard putting plans in place in support of what will be a great summer for Aviation”, added Ronen Remetz.