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Network Airline Services hosts customer appreciation event

Network Airline Services hosts customer appreciation event

Network Airline Services Malta (MLA) welcomed 50+ guests, customers and agents to celebrate another successful year of working with its long-standing airline partner Air Malta. NAS has partnered with KM as its global Total Cargo Management (TCM) provider since 1st June 2016 and continuing throughout 2023.

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The NAS MLA team hosted an evening drinks event to show their appreciation to its loyal customers, in September 2023, at the stunning Hilton Hotel in St. Julians, Malta. John Gilfeather, NAS Sales Director UK, opened the event with an introductory speech thanking everyone in attendance for their continued support over the last 12 months, as well as introducing the NAS Malta team to those present. Guests were welcomed to the party with drinks and canapes before enjoying the evening’s entertainment and networking sessions. Video clips highlighting Air Malta and NAS’ success over the years were showcased throughout the event on big screens, with the event ending around midnight.

“The event was a real success, with around 50-60 customers in attendance including local freight forwarding teams, sales managers, sales directors, various key clients plus the NAS MLA and NAS UK teams. The evening was a hit with our guests with the feedback we received was very positive. We’d like to again thank Air Malta for the trust and support they have put into Network Airline Services over the years as their TCM provider,” said John Gilfeather.

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The pandemic halted customer-centric events like this, so the NAS teams were keen to reconnect with clients, both new and existing to celebrate another successful year working together. Each guest left the venue, with an Air Malta branded notepad as well as key information from both NAS and KM.

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