France’s Aeroports De Paris (ADP) has selected UK-based Redline Assured Security, a provider of specialised aviation security training for airport staff and the commercial aviation sector, to conduct quality assurance of aviation security for a period of five years.
Under the terms of the agreement, Redline will boost ADP’s current workforce through training as well as recruitment of local personnel to service client requirements.
Redline is expected to commence assurance activities at ADP in October.
Redline commercial director Jim Termini said: "We are looking forward to working with our colleagues in Paris and this opportunity is a fundamental part of our expansion plans into the European aviation security arena. We are particularly excited by the prospect of expanding both our training and quality assurance capability in France.
"The award of this contract is a true testament to the reputation that the Redline team has built over the last nine years; we take the trust placed in us by ADP extremely seriously and look forward to exceeding all their expectations"
Currently, Redline has offices at both Orly and Charles de Gaulle airports in Paris.
Redline currently provides quality assurance worldwide and have delivered aviation training and associated projects in over 25 countries including in the Middle East, North Africa region and at most UK airports including London Heathrow and Manchester.
Image: Redline is expected to commence assurance activities at ADP in October.