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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

Silk Way West Airlines has signed a purchase agreement with Boeing to expand its fleet. The agreement was signed at a ceremony in Baku on April 28, 2021 attended by Mr. Rashad Nabiyev, Minister of Transport, Communications and High Technologies of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Mr. Zaur Akhundov, President of

Air Cargo Market Demand

Fleets across the world are experiencing reservation delays, limited availability, and bidding wars of customers paying top dollar to guarantee spots on both passenger and all-cargo carriers. According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), demand for air cargo has grown since early 2020 despite the past year’s pandemic complications.

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  As the COVID-19 vaccination process gets underway around the world, the issue of logistics has become crucial. According to International Air Transport Association (IATA) Director General and CEO Alexandre de Juniac, “Safely delivering COVID-19 vaccines will be the mission of the century for the global air cargo industry”. In

Silk Way West Airlines announces the inauguration of a new twice-weekly service to and from Tokyo Narita Airport, with the first flight set for the 11th of February. Based on an agreement signed between Silk Way West Airlines and Nippon Cargo Airlines, both partners will operate a code-share service connecting

The COVID-19 pandemic has seriously impacted activities in many industries, including freight transportation. Under these challenging conditions, the demand for timely and safe cargo flights has increased. The Silk Way Group is committed to supporting the initiatives of the Government of the Republic of Azerbaijan during the pandemic, and continues

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In a recent article about Silk Way Airlines America’s latest hire of VP, Fadi Nahas, he explained how GFS strengthens Silk Way’s valued customer relationships and proven track record to provide worldwide cargo solutions. In it he mentions, “With the appointment of GFS, Silk Way’s customers will continue to have