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NAM renews Boeing freighter contract with TAAG Angola Airlines



Network Airline Management and TAAG Angola Airlines are pleased to announce the renewal of their long-term freighter aircraft contract, sealing their ongoing partnership for the foreseeable future. Resuming its regular weekly scheduled service from Liege, Belgium, to the capital of Angola, Luanda, NAM provides a Boeing 747-400F aircraft with nose door capability offering up to 120,000 kilos of cargo capacity. The weekly freighter will operate every Friday directly to the newly opened Dr. António Agostinho Neto International Airport, NBJ, located near Luanda.


Andy Walters, Commercial Director of Network Airline Management noted: “We are delighted to have renewed this contract with TAAG once again, resuming our partnership with TAAG Angola Airlines. Network Airline Management has a long-established track record of offering our customers the most cost-effective solutions and this service is no exception. We provide the capacity to carry heavy and oversized cargo on our main deck freighter aircraft, as well as pieces up to 20 metres in length via the aircraft’s nose door.”


Network Airline Management operates a fleet of B747F aircraft and has 46 offices across its global network. The entire group handles over 150,000 tonnes of cargo annually, offering a variety of sales and services to clients, whilst managing its own fleet of freighter aircraft across a network of scheduled routes and charter destinations throughout the world.

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