Tourism and transportation group Goldair announced a 3.5 percent increase in turnover for 2015, with the number of flights it handles up by 6.3 percent compared to 2014, according to data it released on Wednesday.
Goldair Handling is forecast to serve over 110,000 flights, 22 million passengers and 40,000 tons of freight in Greece, Bulgaria and Cyprus, by the end of 2015.
At the same time, Goldair Cargo has boosted its handled cargo by 6 percent and its turnover by over 8 percent through the addition of new customers.
The company also announced that it has renewed its partnerships with existing customers – Air Baltic, Air France-KLM, American Airlines, Arkia, Emirates, LOT, Primera – and added new partners – Corendon Turkish, Dniproavia, Katekavia, Orbest, Royal flight, Royal Wings – to its roster of clients.
In addition, Goldair said that it created 82 new job positions this year, bringing the total number of employees up by 19 percent. For 2016, company goals include new investments in freight transport.
The Goldair Group currently employs about 3,000 people in Greece and 750 abroad and represents 25 foreign airlines.