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Network Airline Management adds two B747-400Fs to its fleet

Network Airline Management has extended its long-term partnership with Air Atlanta Icelandic (AAI) by adding two further B747-400F production freighter aircraft to its fleet.
photo_camera A Network Airline Management B747F aircraft with the nose door open.

Network Airline Management has extended its long-term partnership with Air Atlanta Icelandic (AAI) by adding two further B747-400F production freighter aircraft to its fleet.

The two new aircraft are expected to join Network Airline Management’s fleet entering service in the latter part of Q3, into the start of Q4 of 2024, respectively.

The freighter fleet will then exclusively operate four B747F nose door aircraft, with the retirement of the last remaining B747-400BDSF converted freighter later in 2024.

Jonathan Clark, Network Aviation Group’s chief executive, said: “Operating a fleet of B747 nose door aircraft with their higher payload and nose door loading capability fits perfectly with Network Airline Management’s flexible business model, providing the ideal platform to carry heavy outsize cargo for Network Airline Management’s scheduled flight programme and for worldwide charter availability.”

Andy Leslie, group chairman, said: “The additional aircraft confirms our commitment to work hand in hand with AAI in anticipation of our future transition to B777F aircraft.”

Baldvin M. Hermannsson, chief executive of AAI, said: “We are happy to further cement our long-standing relationship with Network Airline Management.

“The performance and professionalism of Network Airline Management throughout the years makes us confident that the operation will be successful in the years to come.”

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