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COVID lockdowns, military conflicts, fuel prices, trucking shortages, cargo capacity issues, supply chain interruptions…it sure feels like we have had a buffet of all-you-can-eat problems these last couple of years. Sometimes it seems that one issue leads to another, into another, into another, and so on. As industry professionals, it

Silk Way West Airlines has continued to expand its scheduled network with the addition of two new North American routes. The Baku-hubbed freighter operator has this month started a new weekly service from Baku to Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) utilizing one of its B747-400 freighters. The service is operated

Silk Way West Airlines, operated in conjunction with Crane Worldwide Logistics, will operate 80 inbound and 80 outbound flights at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) this year. The new operations, at the north end of the airport where FexEx also operates, will contribute to around 14,400 tons of cargo at

The facts as we know them… Russia launched a military invasion of Ukraine which is ongoing. At 0200 GMT 24/02/2022, a NOTAM was issued closing Ukraine airspace until further notice. The international community has placed a number of economic sanctions on Russia preventing nearly all import/export of goods A number

Join Us at Air Cargo DFW Association’s Spring Golf Classic 2022 Come meet our GFS team at the Spring Golf Classic. We’re looking forward to joining and meeting air cargo professionals at this event and hope you can join us there. Information about the event: Date: Tuesday, March 29th, 2022

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Global Feeder Services, the exclusive GSA to Silkway West Airlines, has made significant shifts in its offerings to accommodate availability changes in the Middle East. This US Registered Part 135 airline previously shipped heavily in the middle east. After the 2021 political unrest there, the opportunities they and many other

Silk Way West Airlines, the largest airline in the Caspian region, signed a strategic agreement with Rolls-Royce at the Dubai Airshow 2021. The agreement will provide replacement engines for five of Silk Way West Airlines’ RB211-524 powered Boeing 747-400F aircraft, ensuring the airline’s operational sustainability until 2026 and forming part

Silk Way West Airlines continues to widen its network across the world. The carrier has signed an interline agreement with Kenya’s Astral Aviation. This interline agreement is to provide cross-selling benefits for both sides by using the wide network of flights to and from Africa. In line with the agreement,

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Silk Way West Airlines has received IATA certification. The airline has maintained its high level of performance during the COVID-19 pandemic, fully meeting international flight safety standards throughout this period of increased air cargo demand. A member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) since 2015, Silk Way West Airlines