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JetBlue expands cargo operations with Americas GSA partnership

ECS Group subsidiary, Americas GSA, has entered a strategic partnership with JetBlue Cargo to leverage the capabilities of ECS Group’s Augmented GSSA to support the airline's network.
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ECS Group subsidiary, Americas GSA, has entered a strategic partnership with JetBlue Cargo to leverage the capabilities of ECS Group’s Augmented GSSA to support the airline’s network.

The partnership aims to enhance both JetBlue’s domestic and international cargo operations with a bespoke, à la carte service that includes supports, services, and solutions not typically offered by traditional GSAs.

While the current focus is on traditional GSA services, this partnership paves the way for expanding JetBlue’s operations through interline agreements and the management of new commodities.

Adrien Thominet, executive chairman of ECS Group, said: “This partnership with JetBlue represents a pivotal moment for Americas GSA.

“By expanding our operations within the US market, we are opening new avenues for growth and innovation in cargo services.

“JetBlue will benefit from the support of the entire ECS Group alongside Americas GSA in Florida.”

Pablo Canales, chief executive of Americas GSA, said: “We have built a strong relationship with JetBlue’s top management over the years, and this contract is the culmination of our collaborative efforts.

“We are committed to supporting JetBlue in expanding its cargo operations, both domestically and internationally, and exploring new opportunities to enhance their service offerings.”

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