Network Airline Management has reportedly transported over 1000 tons of freshly cut flowers in the run up to Valentine’s Day.

    Travelling from rom Nairobi, Kenya into the UK and Europe, the airline hoped to to help romantics celebrate the 14 February in style.

    Network Aviation Group says that has been supporting Kenya’s renowned horticulture industry for more than 30 years and this year was no different. 2021’s schedule saw 4 B747 freighter flights operate every week as well as six additional flights to satisfy this year’s demand.

    With Network’s office in Nairobi overseeing all aspects of the operation, each flight was loaded with over 100 tons of Valentine’s Day flowers including Roses and Carnations then flown into Liege, bound for the UK and other European destinations via onward trucking such as London, Amsterdam and Paris.

    Network Airline Management’s commercial director, Andy Walters said, “This has been another very successful season for us and we are proud to support Kenya’s fresh flower industry once again this year.”