Network Airline Services Appointed Cargo GSA for Badr Airlines in the UK and Ireland

Network Airline Services Appointed Cargo GSA for Badr Airlines in the UK and Ireland

 

Network Airline Services has recently been appointed as the cargo GSA for Badr Airlines, Sudan’s current largest airline, in the UK and Ireland.

The airline commenced scheduled flights between London Gatwick and Khartoum, operating a passenger B737-800 aircraft, from the end of February 2023. “NAS is delighted to be selling the cargo capacity of Badr Airlines” commented John Gilfeather, Sales Director of Network Airline Services.

“This is the only direct flight between Europe and Sudan which allows us to provide a vital link for the shippers to not only Sudan, but also connections to many destinations in need of additional capacity from Europe such as Chad, Eritrea, South Sudan and Ethiopia.”

Be sure to contact our friendly team at LHR today for the latest rates, availability and to book your cargo on Badr Airlines. You can contact them via email at reslhr@network-airline.com or click the button below for more information on how we can help YOU!

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Network Airline Services Appointed GSA for Badr Airlines in the UK & Ireland

Network Airline Services’ Sales Director John Gilfeather with senior representatives of Badr Airlines in the UK.

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