Wednesday, May 22, 2024
Network Airline Services Appointed as GSSA for Allied Air Cargo in Italy

Network Airline Services Appointed as GSSA for Allied Air Cargo in Italy

Network Airline Services has been appointed as the GSSA for Allied Air Cargo in Italy effective from the 1st of March 2024.

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Andrea Cossutta, NAS Italy Country Manager based in Milan, said, “I am happy to confirm that NAS has been appointed as Allied Air Cargo’s GSSA in Italy to sell their air cargo capacity from Europe to Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya and throughout Africa, operating with x3 B747F aircraft”.

Network Airline Services already represent Allied as its GSSA around the world, with NAS Italy now joining Network’s wider representation of the airline out if Milan, MIL.

Network Airline Services is the GSSA for Allied Air Cargo (4W) in various other European countries, such as France, Germany, the Netherlands, the UK plus many more – so be sure to contact our friendly team in MIL today for the latest rates, availability and to book your freight on Allied Air Cargo.

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Earlier, Network Cargo Management and Philippine Airlines, the flag carrier airline of the Philippines, renewed their long-standing GSSA contract in Canada with NCM. We are pleased to announce that the contract has been renewed for a further three years, effective February 5, 2024.

Howard Jones, President of Network Cargo Management in Canada based in its Toronto, YYZ office, said: “We are thrilled that Philippine Airlines have once again renewed our GSA contract. Our teams in Canada have a strong focus on providing elevated levels of quality customer service and offering viable solutions for our customer’s cargo. These benefiting factors have contributed to the renewal of this contract with PR and we are more than happy to continue our long-standing, successful partnership.”

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Anastasiya Simsek

Anastasiya Simsek started her journalism career in 2016 at Ukrainian TV-Channels: 24 Channel and 1+1 Media. Having worked across a number of different sectors, including news, medicine and lifestyle, she joined the Air Cargo Week editorial team in 2024. To share your news and exclusive insights, contact


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