Air Partner’s SafeSkys awarded Royal Air Force wildlife control contract in Scotland
The company’s Chief Executive has said Air Partner is delighted to extend its relationship with the RAF.
NEW DAWN: SafeSkys has a long-standing relationship with the RAF
SafeSkys, part of the Air Partner group, has been awarded the contract for provision of airfield wildlife control services for the Royal Air Force (RAF) in Scotland at RAF Lossiemouth, RLG Kinloss and RAF Leuchars.
The three-year contract began on April 1, with the option of a two-year extension.
SafeSkys is a long-standing provider to the RAF, having supplied services at every one of its airfields in the UK. At present, it also holds contracts with RAF Brize Norton, RAF Benson and RAF Northolt in the Southern Region, and RAF Valley, RAF Mona and RAF Shawbury in the Western Region.
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