GLN Preferred Carriers

Global Logistics Network is pleased to have established a close working relationship with the following quality carriers that have been selected for both their outstanding service and strategic geographical flight schedule within our global network footprint:
Launched in 2004, Etihad Cargo is the fast growing cargo division of Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates. Our aim is to build a truly 21st Century airline offering sophisticated and innovative air cargo services, based on three core promises – Ultimate Information Transparency, 21st Century Technology and Total Customer Focus. With its home base at Abu Dhabi International Airport, Etihad Cargo offers its valued customers an extensive range of cargo services on all flights of Etihad Airways’ rapidly expanding network. In addition, a regional freighter fleet operates scheduled all-cargo destinations and world-wide charter services. Etihad Cargo is working with carefully selected, experienced General Sales and Services Agents (GSSAs) worldwide. A strong total customer focus backed by stringent quality control, ensures a high level of cargo services world-wide.
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IAG Cargo, the combination of British Airways World Cargo and Iberia Cargo was created in April 2011. The single business unit creates the seventh largest cargo carrier in the world. The network and freighter program is one of the largest cargo carrier networks in the world with an extensive schedule, same day connections between most continents and destinations, and extensive road connections. IAG Cargo is developing a single portfolio of products that reflects customer needs. This will create a seamless customer experience across the whole network. IAG Cargo has recently invested in three new next generation Boeing 747-8 freighters offering customers increased capacity on key trade routes and complements the IAG Cargo global network. Connectivity remains key and through our merger we have enhanced our freighter network, introduce increased capacity originating from our London, Madrid and Frankfurt hub and over 40 additional trucking routes in Europe.
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Qantas has been carrying freight since the airline’s inaugural service in 1920. Today, Qantas Freight, the international air freight division of the Qantas Group generates revenue in excess of $800 million per annum and employing more than 800 staff across the globe. Qantas Freight is the largest airfreight operator in Australia. Qantas Freight is committed to providing its people with a safe, flexible and adaptable workplace that fosters continuous improvement and the development of management and leadership capabilities. The diversity of its operations offers a range of opportunities for employees to maximise their potential, whether they be technical specialists in the freight and logistics industry or business generalists.
 
 a division of American Airlines, Inc., provides over 100 million pounds of weekly cargo lift capacity to major cities in the United States, Europe, Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, Latin America and Asia. American, American Eagle and the AmericanConnection® regional airlines serve more than 250 cities in over 50 countries with more than 3,600 daily flights. The combined network fleet numbers more than 900 aircraft. American provides one of the largest cargo networks in the world, with cargo terminals and interline connections available across the globe.
Oman Air Cargo is the Cargo division of Oman Air, National Carrier of the Sultanate of Oman, rapidly growing since the launch in 2009.
Our current network offers boutique opportunities to our customers which have allowed Oman Air Cargo to work with a variety of customers worldwide. Despite the competitive business environment our personalized service attentions have intrigued customers closer to Oman Air Cargo, making significant inroads into online and off-line markets since 2009.Cargo Industry recognizes Oman Air as a valuable partner for air cargo logistics. With the potential of the Sultanate of Oman and development plans of Muscat and Salalah, we are prepared to capitalize on the potentials yielded by growing Oman Air’s fleet and network for passenger and Cargo services. Oman Air and Oman continue to invest in infrastructure developments in the field of transport logistics overall in the country, working along with Government bodies to enhance the existing infrastructures at our HUB’s Muscat and Salalah. Oman Air Cargo with its leadership team headed by General Manager Cargo, Sherief Padiyath continues to focus on investing in people to help our customers and develop special products whilst improvising the current airport-to-airport product which includes special commodities like Express Courier, Perishables, Valuable Cargo, Hazardous Goods and Live Animals.”
United Airlines and United Express operate approximately 5,000 flights each day to more than 370 destinations throughout the world. With our more than 85,000 dedicated employees located worldwide, and the most comprehensive global route network in the industry, we’re committed to delivering excellent customer service and an enhanced travel experience.We operate from hubs in Chicago, Cleveland, Denver, Guam, Houston, Los Angeles, New York/Newark, San Francisco, Tokyo and Washington, D.C. We’re also a founding member of the Star Alliance network, which provides service to over 190 countries via 27 member airlines.
Air Menzies International (AMI) works exclusively with freight forwarders and courier companies offering highly competitive air freight rates and transport services around the world.  AMI’s product range covers export, import and cross-trade, based on cargo, express and time definite international road freight.  AMI give freight forwarders the power to compete and unlike some other air freight co-loaders, they guarantee that they are 100% neutral.