ASL Airlines Belgium collaborates with Jettainer on ULD fleet

ASL Airlines Belgium has chosen Jettainer to manage and maintain its fleet of ULDs over a five-year contractual period.

ASL Airlines Belgium, based at Liege airport, is a member of the ASL Aviation Holdings Group. It specialises in the express freight market and also offers scheduled, charter and ad-hoc flights with aircraft including the Boeing 747-400F and the Boeing 737-800F and 400F.

ASL Airlines Belgium’s existing fleet of ULDs consists of approximately 1,500 units. These are utilised across an extensive European network and on flights to the US, China and the Middle East.

Marc Bollinne Managing Director of ASL Airlines Belgium, commented: “With Jettainer we found the ideal partner to increase the efficiency of ULD handling with additional financial and ecological improvements. The mix of Jettainer’s many years of experience, innovative management technologies and global presence convinced us.”

Thorsten Riekert, director sales at Jettainer, added: “With ASL Airlines Belgium we can welcome the second Belgium airline in our growing client base, after Brussels Airlines. In this context, we are also enhancing our presence at the airport Liege, which in the recent past became increasingly more important due to significant growth in the cargo sector.”

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