Network Airline Management (NAM) has reached a noteworthy milestone with the recent acquisition of its latest Boeing 747 production freighter aircraft. This latest addition expands NAM's current fleet to a total of four B747Fs.
This newly acquired aircraft will be integrated into NAM's fleet, which is primarily based at their European hub in Liege, Belgium. This expansion marks a significant step forward for NAM, providing them with enhanced capabilities for both scheduled and charter operations. Furthermore, this development aims to offer NAM's valued customers increased capacity, greater flexibility, and improved schedule reliability.
Malcolm Higginson, the Operations Director of Network Aviation Group, expressed his thoughts on this achievement, saying, "The delivery of our latest nose-loading B747F aircraft represents a pivotal moment in NAM's ongoing fleet expansion strategy.
Over the past 35 years, we have consistently expanded and modernized our fleet. With this additional aircraft, we are poised to further amplify our capacity and enhance our resilience, all of which will enable us to better cater to our expanding customer base."