Cargo Handling

Network Airline Management Transports Relief Aid to Turkey

Since the devastating earthquake hit the Turkey/Syrian border in the last few days, Network’s charter team has been working with haste to provide solutions for relief flights into Turkey to support the local rescue and recovery efforts.

Network Airline Management’s first relief flight operated into Turkey in the afternoon of the 9th of February where its B747F aircraft carried 76 tons of field hospital equipment and relief goods to Adana Airport, ADA.

This flight was operated in partnership with NAM’s customer Air Charter Service. Being one of the first wide body flights into Adana, the flight also reached the #3 highest tracked flight on Flightradar24, with over 1500 people tracking the flight overall.

NAM’s second B747F relief flight operated into Ankara, ESB, Turkey carrying further vital cargo, a total of 28 tons, including tents, blankets and scarves.

This flight was operated in partnership with Network’s customer, Zeus Cargo Solutions. NAM’s charter team operated extremely quickly with this flight, from the initial enquiry to the flight landing in Ankara all in less than 24 hours