Jetpak links up with Flybe for door-to-door

Nordic courier specialist Jetpak has linked up with UK-based European regional airline Flybe to provide door-to-door delivery services between the UK and the greater Benelux area.
Jetpak, which entered into the Netherlands and the UK earlier this year, will be able to provide same day transportation services between the UK, the Netherlands and Germany.
The co-operation will give Jetpak access to Flybe flights at additional UK airports, including London City Airport, Southampton and Jersey.
Flybe’s other UK destinations and Ireland will be added to Jetpak network in the first quarter of 2016.
Bernd Keller, director of Jetpak Europe, said: “This network expansion in cooperation with Flybe is a milestone for Jetpak.
“It is a significant addition to our custom made network for time critical shipments in and to/from the UK. With the full implementation in the first quarter, Jetpak also will have a unique domestic service offering within UK”
Flybe cargo manager, Dale Walker, commented: “Flybe Cargo is very much looking forward to welcoming Jetpak on board.
“This is an exciting new collaboration that will serve to highlight yet another benefit to customers from Flybe’s extensive UK regional network and convenient, high frequency schedules.”
Mark Lingham, general manager operations UK for the Air Logistics Group, commented: “As the network wide cargo GSSA for Flybe we are very much looking forward to working with Jetpak.”

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