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Silk Way West adds Liege to its growing network

Silk Way West adds Liege to its growing network

Silk Way West Airlines has added Liege to its network and is adding Boeing 747-400 Freighters to its fleet to help maintain steady growth.

The airline started operating twice weekly flights between Liege, Belgium and its hub in Baku, Azerbaijan at the end of April, and follows on from recently restarting services to Budapest, Hungary.

Silk Way is also expanding its fleet, having taken delivery of one 747-400 this month with another one due for delivery in June.

Silk Way West Airlines president and CEO, Wolfgang Meier says: “The aim is to further knit our European network by adding more destinations and maintaining a denser schedule in order to offer our customers the highest flexibility.”

Describing the new aircraft, Meier says: “The two long expected additional aircrafts will further support the growth of the network by enhancing the options to make existing Silk Way West Airlines routes denser and add as well new destinations to its global network of more than 45 destinations.”


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