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Belfast International Airport appoints new security provider in bid to improve service

Belfast International Airport has appointed Wilson James as its new security provider

BELFAST International Airport has appointed a new security provider as it looks to improve the service offered to passengers.

Security and logistics specialist Wilson James has been chosen as the new provider of aviation security services following the completion of a tender process. The new contract will take effect on November 1.

Graham Keddie, managing director of Belfast International Airport said:

"We recognise that at some points over the busy summer season the service provided to our passengers was not what it should have been.

"Therefore we, along with Wilson James, are committed to improving the quality of service and operational capability and we will be announcing further development plans shortly.”

Gemma Quirke, managing director for security and aviation at Wilson James added: “We are delighted to be working with Belfast International Airport for this next stage of its journey and growth. We are committed to working in partnership with the airport community to deliver an excellent service, investing in people, training and innovation to ensure that Belfast International Airport is ready to meet the needs of its growing passenger population, now and in the future."

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