DAL Global Services

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AirCo Aviation Services
Delta Global Services
Formerly
DAL Global Services LLC
Private
FounderDelta Air Lines
Headquarters,
Number of locations
170 stations (2019)
Area served
Worldwide
ServicesAircraft ground handling, aircraft maintenance, cargo handling, pilot training, unarmed security
OwnerDelta Air Lines (49%)   Argenbright Holdings (51%)
Number of employees
19,000
ParentArgenbright Holdings I - (51%) - 2018 to present

Delta Air Lines, Inc - (49%) - 2018 to present

Delta Air Lines, Inc - (100%) - 1995 to 2018
Websitehttps://www.dalgs.com/

AirCo Aviation Services, LLC, doing business as Delta Global Services (DGS), is an aviation ground handling services provider, formed late 2018, after Delta Air Lines sold a stake of its subsidiary, DAL Global Services, to Argenbright Holdings I LLC. AirCo is jointly owned by Argenbright, with a 51 percent stake, and Delta, with a 49 percent stake.

DGS provides services such as aircraft ground handling, aircraft maintenance, cargo handling, and many other aviation-related services. DGS services over 170 airports within the USA and the Bahamas. It has contracts with multiple airlines and has not limited itself to Delta Air Lines. DGS has over 19,000 employees.[1] It is headquartered at the Delta Air Lines headquarters in Atlanta.[2] DGS is partnered with Delta, Alaska Airlines, EnvoyAir, Sun Country, ExpressJet, Spirit and United.


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  1. ^ "Delta Global Services". Retrieved 2018-08-30.
  2. ^ "About Us." Delta Global Services. Retrieved on August 30, 2018.