Since 2000, the partnership at Malmö has expanded, highlighting the ongoing nature of Aviator and Ryanair's collaboration in delivering high-quality services.
The collaboration in Copenhagen started in 2015, and it now oversees more than 6,000 departures each year.
In 2020, Aviator's commitment to excellence was demonstrated by the efficient ground handling and de-icing services in Helsinki.
Meanwhile, the partnership at Arlanda, which began in 2021, has since grown to manage more than 7,000 departures annually.
Additionally, Aviator continues its ground support worldwide target for net-zero emissions. In Sweden, Aviator has made strong progress in transitioning to electric GSE, with the current proportion standing at 65% and continuing to increase annually.
Aviator has only been using hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO) fuels since 2021 at Malmö Airport and at Gothenburg-Landvetter Airport it joined the fossil-free list at the start of 2023, while Aviator at Arlanda Airport, currently at 85%, is on track to be fully fossil-free by the end of 2024.
Jo Alex Tanem, CEO of Aviator Airport Alliance, said: "We are incredibly proud to continue our collaboration with Ryanair, a relationship that spans many years. This partnership showcases our commitment to delivering world-class ground handling and de-icing solutions that meet and exceed the industry's highest standards."