Silk Way West Airlines is enhancing its foot print in India by adding a second weekly scheduled flight from New Delhi to Baku operating a Boeing 747-400F freighter aircraft. The added freighter will operate on Thursdays with its inaugural flight on October 3, 2019.
Complementing the currently scheduled Sunday flight the all Boeing 747 freighters twice weekly is offering the Indian airfreight market additional choice and access to the expanding Silk Way West Airlines network to CIS, North America, Europe, Middle East, GCC, Asia and beyond.
"In view of our constant strive to enhance our network we do aim to further develop The Indian Subcontinent. The new service is just a part of our expansion plans in India. We do plan to add at least one to two additional destinations in India in the near future", states Samir Shirin, the Vice President for ISMEA region in SWW.
At Baku Silk Way Group operates a modern air cargo center with state-of-the-art temperature control facilities perfectly enabled to cater to India's pharmaceutical air transport at all temperature ranges as well as perishable and non-perishable cargo requiring temperature control.
"In our aim to further expand our network and connect India with our Global Hub in Baku we do run this expansion plan in view of building a denser network along The Silk Road. We are excited to share our views on our future plans during the Caspian Air Cargo Summit next week in Baku", Wolfgang Meier, The President/CEO of SWW is been quoted.
Silk Way West Airlines is the leading Aircargo Airline in Central Asia operating a network to more than 40 destination with its 15 Boeing 747 Fullfreighter.