ANA and ASTRAL’s B747F African venture

The B747-400 Freighter will initially operate twice weekly on a triangle route from Ostend, southbound to Lagos, Port Harcourt and Malabo, and will then ferry to Nairobi where it will uplift perishables bound for London Manston and Ostend.


ANA ASTRAL B747-400F


ANA Aviation Services, UK and Astral Aviation, Kenya are pleased to announce their new strategic partnership in Africa with the acquisition of a B747-400F on wet-lease from Atlas Air.

The B747-400 freighter will initially operate twice weekly on a triangle route from Ostend, southbound to Lagos, Port Harcourt and Malabo, and will then ferry to Nairobi where it will uplift perishables bound for London Manston and Ostend.

In addition, the B747F will provide inbound capacity for Astral’s shipments in Europe and USA for onward connectivity to its expanding intra-African network comprising of Juba (South Sudan), Pemba (Mozambique), Mogadishu (Somalia), Dar-es-salaam, Mwanza and Mtwara (Tanzania), Entebbe (Uganda) and Kigali (Rwanda).