Azerbaijan’s cargo airline Silk Way West Airlines has purchased two additional Boeing 747-400 aircraft, as well as expanded its flights in European direction.
Last week the Azerbaijani airline received one cargo 747-400F, previously owned by Malaysian Airlines, and the second one will be brought in June.
Silk Way West also began in April to fly to Liege twice a week and resumed flights to Budapest after a two-year hiatus.
“The aim is to continue to connect our European network by adding more destinations and supporting a more tight schedule with a view to offer our customers maximum flexibility,” said Wolfgang Meyer, CEO of the company.
Presently, Silk Way West operates in approximately 45 directions. (Trend/Business World Magazine)
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