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OmniServ wins new construction bussing contract at Heathrow

10 March 2015

Airport service contractor to provide additional bus services for construction workers at Heathrow following latest contract win

OmniServ, a subsidiary of ABM and one of the UK’s leading airport service contractors, has won a new contract to supply buses that will transport construction workers from staff car parks to Terminal 5 at Heathrow Airport.
 
Retaining its Fleet standardisation, OmniServ will utilise two new Alexander Dennis (ADL) Enviro 200 buses for this service, which will offer a ‘pick-up and drop-off’ within agreed Heathrow Service levels.
 
“We’re delighted to be awarded this new contract, which reflects our expertise in managing bus services in an airport environment,” says Ernie Patterson, Chairman, OmniServ. “This marks another step toward OmniServ cementing its leading market position in providing exemplary service across all areas of customer service within the airport.”
 
OmniServ was appointed by Heathrow Airport Limited in April last year to operate the inter-terminal bus contract. The company recently introduced a brand new fleet of 26 state-of-the-art ADL buses, highlighting its commitment to investing in improving the ‘end to end passenger experience’.


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