The transaction will increase dnata’s total interest in the Milan, Italy-based ground handler to 70 percent.
With majority representation on the board, dnata has already been managing the day-to-day operations of the company since its original investment in 2016.
Airport Handling, which was founded in 2014, provides a variety of passenger, ramp and baggage services to over 60 airlines at Milan’s two airports.
The current leadership team will continue to manage the business and operations as before.
dnata's further investment in Airport Handling is said to underline the company’s commitment to the Italian market, where it also operates catering facilities at 22 airports.