Polar Air Cargo renews Network Cargo contract in Canada

A Polar Air Cargo Boeing 747-400 Freighter. Photo: Network Aviation Group

New York-based all-cargo carrier Polar Air Cargo has renewed its GSA contract with Network Cargo across Canada for a further three years, as of July 1.

Network Cargo is the GSSA branch of the Network Aviation Group in North America. The company has worked with Polar Air Cargo (itself a subsidiary of Atlas Air Worldwide) since December 2019, covering all of Canada through its offices in Calgary, Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver.

Paul Umpleby, Network’s vice president of commercial for the Americas, said: “We are extremely pleased to announce that we have extended our contract with PO and we look forward to continuing our work with the great folks at Polar Air Cargo.”

Polar’s all-Boeing fleet includes 747-400 Freighter, 747-8F, 767-300F and 777F aircraft.

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