JBS Enters Ground Handling Business at Narita International Airport

JBS has entered the ground handling business at Narita International Airport.

Starting March 15, it will take on the ground handling duties for Batik Air Malaysia. Once preparations are complete, it will also handle operations for Qingdao Airlines, among others, setting up a system capable of accommodating three flights per day. Initially, the company will employ 15 people, including migrants and returnees.

JBS operates the “Sky Learning Lab,” an aviation education facility located within the grounds of the Chiba Prefecture’s Aviation Science Museum in Shibayama Town. Instructors and staff from this institution will adopt a multi-work style to take on the ground handling duties.

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