EgyptAir is one of the world’s pioneer airlines. Established in May of 1932, it became the seventh carrier in the world.
On July 17th 2008, EgyptAir joined the Star Alliance network, the largest airline alliance in the world, to offer its customers better flight connections and more comfortable travel. EgyptAir’s membership to the Star Alliance network is unique in that it is the only airline that is based in North Africa and Middle East that is part of the network.
The EgyptAir Cargo fleet is composed of four medium-range, wide-body aircrafts, two A300 B4 Freighters and two A300 -600 Freighters. The bellies of EgyptAir passenger planes have a significant capacity and were added to EgyptAir Cargo air transport capability as EgyptAir flies to almost 70 major international cities in Europe, USA, Canada, Africa, the Gulf and the Far East.
ITA Airways è una società, attiva dal 2020, partecipata al 100% dal Ministero dell’Economia e delle Finanze per l’esercizio dell’attività nel settore del trasporto aereo.
ITA Airways si doterà di una flotta moderna ed environmental-friendly che includerà tecnologie all’avanguardia per ottimizzare efficienza e qualità dell’offerta e ridurre significativamente l’impatto ambientale.
ITA Airways focalizzerà la propria attività sull’hub di Roma Fiumicino e sull’aeroporto di Milano Linate, dove si posizionerà come la compagnia aerea di riferimento per il traffico business e leisure. All’avvio delle attività, la compagnia servirà 44 destinazioni con 59 rotte che saliranno a 74 destinazioni e 89 rotte nel 2025, a conclusione del processo di ribilanciamento dei voli verso il settore del lungo raggio.
TAAG Angola Airlines E.P. (Portuguese: TAAG Linhas Aéreas de Angola E.P.) is the state-owned national airline of Angola. Based in Luanda, the airline operates an all-Boeing fleet on domestic services within Angola, medium-haul services in Africa and long-haul services to Brazil, Cuba, China, and Portugal. It is now a member of both the International Air Transport Associationand the African Airlines Association. As of October 2014, TAAG Angola Airlines serves 31 destinations, including 13 domestic, 11 in Africa, 3 in Latin America, 2 in Schengen Europe, and 3 in the Middle East and the Asia-Pacific region.
Aegean Airlines, Greece’s largest full-service airline and its subsidiary Olympic Air carried 11.6 million passengers in 2015.
Aegean has been investing over many years in strengthening its international presence and in supporting tourism in Greece, both in Athens and at regional airports. The Aegean fleet consists of 47 Airbus A320 family aircraft. On 23rd October 2013 Aegean acquired Olympic Air, as a result passengers have increased frequencies and connections as well as many more Greek destinations to choose from our vast network. Aegean, together with its subsidiary Olympic Air, provides scheduled passenger service directly to 145 destinations, 111 international and 34 domestic, in 45 countries.
Aegean has been honored with the Skytrax World Airline award, as the best European regional airline in 2016. Aegean won this award for the 6th year in a row and for the 7th time since 2009. Aegean’s main hubs and destinations include Athens, Thessaloniki, Santorini, Larnaka, London and Mykonos.
Founded in 2001, owned by the Libyan Government, it has grown exponentially since its inception. By 2008, the airline had purchased three Airbus A319s’, six Airbus A320s and three Airbus A330-200s. Additionally, Afriqiyah Airways has a number of Airbus A350’s on order. Although the airline’s main hub is based in Tripoli, the company also operate from Mitiga International Airport, as their hub in Tripoli International Airport was temporarily closed in 2014 due to the war. The airline is a member of the International Air Transport Association, the Arab Air Carriers Organisation and employs more than 280 staff. The Airline currently serves routes to more than 19 destinations, including London, Rome, Brussels, Paris and Amsterdam. In addition, they serve major routes in Africa, such as Accra, Lagos, Johannesburg, Douala and Abidjan. In 2016, a new destination was introduced by the airline called Obari, which ensured that the inhabitants of the region no longer had to travel in excess of 200 km to obtain a flight to Tripoli. In October 2016, the airline also acquired part of the Aviation Training Center of Tunisia.
Kenya Airways Cargo is a leading cargo carrier. With an extensive global network, experienced staff and premium facilities, we offer high-quality air freight services to our growing list of customers around the world.
Utilising a dedicated Freighter fleet of 2 Boeing 737-300s together with freight capacity on board Kenya Airways passenger fleet – we deliver air freight to more than 54 key global destinations
We invite you to find out more about our extensive range of air freight services and our world-class cargo handling facility at Jomo-Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi.
Together with our trucking partners, we also offer extensive connectivity in Southern Africa and Europe.