Redline, an Air Partner company and a leading global security solution provider, has recently secured six business wins with U.K. and international customers, totaling over £1 million in revenues. Customers include international airports, public transport operators, regulatory bodies, and government support agencies.
Four of the six contracts were renewals or extensions. This includes a three-year contract renewal by Edinburgh Airport for Redline’s x-ray threat image recognition training (TIRT) system. The new work is a two-year contract with Teesside International Airport for a digital Security Management System (SeMS).
In order to assist businesses across the aviation industry as they plan for the return of international travel, Air Partner recently launched its newly branded National Safety & Security Academy (NSSA) in Doncaster, which was previously the National Security Training Centre (NSTC). The NSSA’s new name reflects the fact that the academy now also provides Baines Simmons safety training in addition to Redline’s security courses.
Air Partner CEO Mark Briffa said, “We are very pleased to see a strong rebound in demand for Redline’s services in anticipation of lockdown measures and travel restrictions lifting. It is a testament to our first-class product offering and customer service that both new and existing customers, from international airports to government departments, continue to place their trust in us.”
He added, “We are very confident about Redline’s prospects, and we expect to see the true value of this division come through in the current financial year. We look forward to welcoming customers old and new to our newly re-branded National Safety & Security Academy, where we now offer safety and security training from Baines Simmons and Redline under one roof.”
Air Partner offers fixed-rate, guaranteed availability jet cards in both the U.S. and Europe. In February, Air Partner reported a 173% increase in net profit.