Sunday, June 16, 2024
Aeroprime Group appointed exclusive cargo GSSA for Cambodia Angkor Air

Aeroprime Group appointed exclusive cargo GSSA for Cambodia Angkor Air

Aeroprime Group, India’s leading new-age GSSA, has announced its appointment as the exclusive Cargo General Sales and Service Agent (GSSA) for Cambodia Angkor Air, the flag carrier of Cambodia, effective 1st June 2024.

Currently, the airline boasts a fleet comprising A320, A321, and ATR aircrafts, serving over 11 destinations across Cambodia, China, Laos, Singapore, and Vietnam. Starting 16th June 2024, Cambodia Angkor Airlines will operate four (4x) weekly flights from Delhi (DEL) to Phnom Penh (PNH) utilizing A320 aircraft, offering the only direct connectivity between India and Cambodia which will help increase the trade between the countries and open up more business opportunities for cargo.

With plans for further expansion across multiple Indian cities in the near future, Aeroprime Group will oversee the comprehensive sales service of the cargo space on these flights, ensuring efficient and seamless logistics solutions for the airline and expanding its network to meet the growing demand for reliable cargo solutions.

Commenting on the announcement, Abhishek Goyal, Executive Director of Aeroprime Group, said, “At Aeroprime, we are keen to grow our business and maintain our market leadership position in the air cargo sector.

“This partnership with Cambodia Angkor Air is a significant step towards our strategic vision of offering a diverse and comprehensive product offering service to our partners and clients.

“We are committed to supporting Cambodia Angkor Air in their growth journey by aiding their expansion plans and enhancing sales within the Indian market.”

This new appointment marks a significant milestone for Aeroprime Group, reinforcing its position as a leading Cargo GSSA in the Indian aviation industry. Further, it exemplifies Aeroprime’s dedication to providing top-tier sales and service solutions to global airlines, enhancing its esteemed portfolio and solidifying its reputation for excellence in the cargo sector.

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Edward Hardy

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