Fondée en 1998, OMNI Handling est leader dans l’assistance au sol aviation exécutive au Portugal. Nous sommes implantés à Lisbonne, Cascais, Porto, Faro, Beja, Madère et aux Açores, et fournissons des services en supervision au Cap Vert, Mozambique, Sao Tomé et en Angola. OMNI Handling, est composée d’une équipe de 40 personnes et est accréditée ISO 9001 :2015.
Founded in 1998 OMNI Handling is leader in Portugal for executive aviation handling. We are present at Lisbon, Cascais, Oporto, Faro, Beja, Madeira and Azores and offer supervised handling in Cape Verde, Mozambique, São Tomé e Principe and Angola. Omni Handling, with its team of 40, is an ISO 9001:2015 accredited company.
Criada em 1998, OMNI Handling e o líder do handling para aviação executiva em Portugal. Estamos presentes em Lisboa, Cascais, Porto, Faro, Beja, Madeira e Azores e oferecemos supervisão em Cabo Verde, Mozambique, São Tome e Principe e Angola. OMNI Handling, como o seu equipo de 40 membros, e uma empresa acreditada ISO 9001:2015.
News from the field
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