Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) has won four new ground-handling contracts from North American airlines. In Columbia, Mo., American Eagle awarded a three-year contract to WFS for its 3X-daily flights serving both Chicago and Dallas/Fort Worth with Embraer RJs. Frontier Airlines awarded WFS a two-year passenger and ramp-handling contract for the airline’s 2X-weekly flights from Columbia, Mo. to Orlando.

A third Airbus A319 flight will be added this month.

Frontier Airlines also chose WFS to provide service to flights from Trenton, NJ to Florida, operated 2X-daily currently, and increasing to 6X-daily. The three-year contract supports Airbus A319/A320s. Virgin America awarded a three-year contract to WFS for all ramp, cabin and deicing services for its new 6X-daily Newark-San Francisco and –Los Angeles Airbus A320 service.