Monday, July 15, 2024
Network Aviation Group appoints new CEO

Network Aviation Group appoints new CEO

Network Aviation Group has announced the appointment of Jonathan Clark as the new Chief Executive Officer with effect from 8th January 2024.

Clark comes with over 35 years of experience in the air cargo industry having worked previously for Lufthansa Cargo, Qatar Airways, DB Schenker and Cargolux and is currently the CEO of Air Menzies International (AMI).

Network Aviation Group was originally formed in 1985 and currently has 42 offices around the world where they are the General Sales Agents for more than thirty airlines, but also sell the cargo capacity for their own freighter managed fleet which currently comprises of four Boeing 747 Freighters which are based in Liege, Belgium. The freighter managed fleet serves destinations throughout Africa and North America on a scheduled basis as well as offering charter capacity worldwide.

Andrew Leslie, Chairman of the Network Aviation Group said “We are delighted to welcome Jonathan as our new Chief Executive, after an extensive, global search process. Jonathan is a dynamic, values-driven business leader who has a diverse background of experiences and an excellent track record of delivery in the air cargo industry.

He has exceptional strategic capabilities, proven operational effectiveness, and strong experience in both developed and developing markets. The Board looks forward to Jonathan realising the full potential of Network Aviation Group as a winning business which delivers long-term growth and value for all its stakeholders.”

Jonathan Clark said: “I am delighted to take on my new role leading the Network Aviation Group, an organisation that I have watched grow over the years into a quality-driven, customer oriented and much respected airfreight partner. With the recent addition of the 4th B747 freighter to the managed fleet, the times ahead are very exciting.”

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