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Western Global Airlines, the ACMI carrier founded in 2013 by Southern Air’s Jim Neff, has ...
ESTERO, Fla. (July 17, 2017) – Western Global Airlines (WGA), a leading US DOT certificated FAA part 121 all cargo carrier with worldwide coverage, is pleased to announce that it has renewed its long term ACMI contract with Network Airline Management (NAM). With its owned fleet of eleven MD-11 and two B747-400 freighters, WGA has operated to 278 airports in 110 countries on six continents. Under the long term agreement, WGA will operate up to three of its MD11Fs on behalf of NAM, primarily in the Europe – Africa sectors, with operations based in Liege, Belgium.
These aircraft support NAM’s operations with Allied Air of Nigeria, as well as their scheduled cargo services throughout Africa.
Jim Neff, CEO and Founder of WGA, said “Western Global Airlines’ charter and ACMI services are widely sought after by the world’s premier airlines and logistics companies for our unique combination of low cost, high reliability and exceptional responsiveness. We are proud to serve Network Airline Management and its customers with our efficient fleet of MD-11 aircraft, and build upon our relationship and position in the market as the leading provider of MD-11 air cargo capacity worldwide.”
Andy Leslie, Group Chairman, Network Aviation Group, added, “Our renewed contract builds upon an already strong and successful four-year partnership between Network Airline Management and Western Global Airlines.”