Network Aviation Group secures MD-11Fs

Network Aviation Group has secured freighter capacity under a new long term contract with Western Global, the freighter ACMI provider headquartered in Florida.
Under the new contract, Network Airline Management will manage three MD-11Fs based at its European hub in Liege, Belgium, and which will replace the MD-11Fs previously leased from Nordic Global of Finland which ceases operations at the end of May.
NAG said: "The additional capacity will enable the group to continue to expand its route network, encompassing many destinations in Africa as well as its worldwide charter operations which have seen an unprecedented increase of aircraft utilisation and posting the most successful year in the company’s thirty year history.
"The Network Aviation Group’s GSSA division has also seen rapid growth over the last year and now represents 22 airlines across its global offices in 24 countries."

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