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NAS expands cargo options after Aigle Azur adds to network

NAS expands cargo options after Aigle Azur adds to network

Network Airline Services (NAS) is now offering more cargo capacity after France’s second largest airline Aigle Azur started two new destinations to Berlin Tegel (TXL) and Moscow Domodedovo (DME) on 1 December.

The airline will operate four flights per week between TXL and Paris Orly (ORY), the Aigle Azur hub, and two direct flights from Orly to DME (Friday and Sunday). Cargo from Germany will be trucked to TXL to feed into the Aigle Azur network.

Network Aviation Group (NAG) group business development manager, Florent Turlier says, “NAS is the GSA for Aigle Azur in most of Europe. With Aigle Azur operating about 300 regular weekly flights to 20 destinations, we are thrilled to be further increasing the options we can offer to our customers.”

NAG Group senior commercial manager in EMEA, who oversees the Aigle Azur product, Sander van Vilsteren adds: “This will now allow us to strengthen Aigle Azur’s position in the German market in offering direct services.”

NAG incorporates Network Airline Services Network Cargo Management and ANA Aviation Services, and represents more than 20 airlines in its capacity as general sales and services agent (GSSA).

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James Graham

James Graham is an award-winning transport media journalist with a long background in the commercial freight sector, including commercial aviation and the aviation supply chain. He was the initial Air Cargo Week journalist and retuned later for a stint as editor. He continues his association as editor of the monthly supplements. He has reported for the newspaper from global locations as well as the UK.

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