Silk Way West expands US network

By Rachelle Harry

From April 6, Silk Way West Airlines will expand its global network with thrice-weekly flights to Dallas Fort-Worth Airport in the US.

The carrier will use Boeing 747-8 freighters on the route, which also includes Chicago as a destination.

Fadi Nahas, vice president, Americas, explained: “On behalf of Silk Way West Airlines, we look forward to continuing to strengthen our valued customer relationships and build-upon our proven track record for providing world-wide cargo solutions, especially in theses challenging times.”

By expanding its US services, Silk Way West is demonstrating commitment to continue growing its presence in the North American market.

Silk Way West will increase its customer base in North America, thanks to services provided by GSSA Global Feeder Service, which the carrier has chosen to use in the region.

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