Gulf Air opts for Aero Cargo France
Oct 31, 2018: One of the major Middle Eastern carriers Gulf Air has appointed Aero Cargo in France, part of ECS Group, as its general sales agent (GSA) for its France cargo activities.
Gulf Air has appointed the GSA for its re-launch of services in France.
From Paris (CDG) to their hub in Bahrain (BAH) and an ever increasing network beyond, Aero Cargo will sell priority high-yield cargo (Express, Mail, Pharma & PER).
ECS Group, with its subsidiary Globe Air Cargo, is already the GSA for Gulf Air in the UK. This strong partnership and confidence between the two companies grows further with the addition of this contract.
“We are really excited to be part of Gulf Air’s expansion plans. We will do our best to ensure that it’s successful and continue to support Gulf’s strategy of being a premium carrier, focusing on high yields and high service levels.” said Adrien Thominet, CEO, ECS Group.
“Aero Cargo has great connections in its home market. We will use this to best advantage whilst representing this premium airline,” said Jean Ceccaldi, managing director of Aero Cargo France.
In this very competitive market, many routes are going to be marketed by Aero Cargo France, such as, but not limited to, Bahrain (BAH), Dubai (DXB), Jeddah (JED), Medina (MED), Riyadh (RUH), Cairo (CAI), Bangkok (BKK), Peshawar (PEW), Islamabad (ISB), Lahore (LHE), Karachi (KHI), Addis Ababa (ADD), Khartoum (KRT), Dhaka (DAC), Manila (MNL), Dammam (DMM).
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