Airlines

NAV AERO Global Cargo GSSA Network strengthens Its airline network

image credit: Gulf Air

NAV AERO is enhancing its airline network with the addition of three airlines.

The new airline partners include:

TAP Air Cargo, the cargo division of TAP Air Portugal, provides reliable customized services for the daily collection, transportation, and delivery of all types of goods — from the most fragile to the most complex, whether materials or live animals —, focusing on quality and safety at competitive prices. With a strong presence in emerging markets, TAP Air Cargo enhances efficiency in serving new and existing customers.

Gulf Air, the national carrier of Bahrain, founded in 1950, is a pioneering Middle Eastern airline with 75 years of experience. Gulf Air connects Bahrain to the Middle East, Africa, and Europe, operating the region’s largest network with over 60 destinations and a fleet of 40 aircraft. Known for its dependable service, Gulf Air will significantly enhance our coverage in key markets.

Fits Cargo, a member of FITS Aviation, provides seamless global cargo connectivity through interline agreements with over 160 airlines and trucking companies. Its extensive network spans the Middle East, South Asia, the Far East, Africa, America, and Europe. Operating a mixed fleet for contract and scheduled flights, they leverage SPA rates, allocations, and block space agreements.

Ralph van Eijk, Head of GSSA Network and Airline Development at NAV AERO, commented: “The addition of these esteemed airlines to our network is a significant milestone.

“Our clients will benefit from improved connectivity, reliability, and efficiency, which are at the core of our service promise.

“The integration of these new airlines amplifies our capacity and solidifies our position as a leading provider of global cargo solutions.”

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