NAM extends partnership with Liege Airport
NAM continues to expand its business and network out of the Liege hub, with its widebody freighters operating a minimum of 12 weekly flights into leading African destinations as well as operating charter flights globally.
November 5, 2019
By PLA Editor
Network Airline Management (NAM) and Liege Airport extends their already long standing working relationship for a further 3 years, cementing the cargo operation in Liege for the foreseeable future. Since Network moved their freighter operation to Liege in 2014, cargo levels have strongly increased with unprecedented growth across all sectors. This is mainly down to the introduction of various new freighter routes and destinations served from Liege. Liege airport is one of the most cargo friendly airports in Europe, with global connectivity by air and European connectivity by road, making it the perfect gateway for cargo operations.
NAM continues to expand its business and network out of the Liege hub, with its widebody freighters operating a minimum of 12 weekly flights into leading African destinations as well as operating charter flights globally. Liege welcomes this new extension as it confirms its leading position as the front running airfreight hub for the African market, committing to continuous support of this core market.
Liege airport offers 24/7 slots for widebody freighters and has dedicated infrastructure as well as processes for freighter operators, with airfreight, requiring more than just belly hold capacity. The airport workforce, local cargo community and service suppliers, gives the operators the required combination of flexibility, speed and cost efficiency.