Silk Way West Airlines launches regular flights to Houston
Silk Way West Airlines will also continue to operate regular flights to Chicago and Dallas, expanding its growing route network in the Americas.
Silk Way West Airlines, a global cargo airline based in Baku, Azerbaijan, has announced the launch of new weekly flights to Houston beginning this week. The flights will be operated by the airline to George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH), one of the busiest in the United States.
"We are thrilled to launch our new weekly flights to Houston, one of the most important cargo gateways in the United States, which will provide additional capacity and faster transit times for our customers," said Fadi Nahas, Vice President Commercial, Silk Way West Airlines.
Silk Way West Airlines will also continue operating flights to Chicago and Dallas on a regular basis, strengthening its growing route network in the Americas.
"Our growing presence in the Americas demonstrates our commitment to providing reliable and efficient cargo solutions for our customers in this region. This new route will also enhance our ability to connect customers to key markets in Central Asia and the Middle East," Nahas added.