Swissport’s Damien Dirienzo has received the ‘Soldier of Service’ Award from Cebu Pacific at the airline’s International Station Managers’ Conference.
The “Soldier of Service” award is described as a special recognition given to someone who showcases the characteristics of a follower, a leader, a commando of service.
Mark Abiog, Cebu Pacific Area Manager – Airport Services said: “Over the last four years of service to Cebu Pacific, Damien’s unfailing concern, dedication and willingness to take the extra mile is nothing short of praiseworthy. He exemplified resilience and remained steadfast in his commitment to providing excellent customer service despite countless challenges to operations that need to be surmounted.”
Swissport has supported Cebu Pacific since they launched Sydney-Manila services in 2014 and Melbourne-Manila services commenced in August this year.
Swissport Pacific CEO Glenn Rutherford congratulated Damien on his award saying “Damien’s dedication is second to none and recognition like this from an airline partner is something to be extremely proud of”.
Swissport International AG, on behalf of more than 850 client-companies, provides best-in-class airport ground services for some 265 million passengers annually and handles approximately 4.7 million tonnes of air cargo at 133 warehouses worldwide. With a workforce of 68,000, the world’s leading provider of ground and air cargo services, is active at 315 airports in 50 countries across all five continents. In 2017 the group generated consolidated operating revenue of EUR 2.8 billion.
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Image: Sam Banks, General Manager – Ground Handling, Swissport congratulates Damien on his award