Originally established as a cargo and passenger airline back in 2005, Avion Express, an ACMI operator with 15 years of experience, has announced its re-entering of the airfreight market.
This move comes in response to a rapidly changing situation in the market. Although commercial passenger flights were suspended around the world due to the COVID-19 pandemic, cargo-carrying flights are in huge demand. Passenger aircraft are being turned into cargo transporters to carry medical supplies, equipment of various kinds, industrial parts and high-demand consumer goods.
“The transportation doesn’t stop with passenger flights being suspended. While the very last repatriation flights are still taking place, people and organizations around the world are in great need of supplies, food, medical equipment. As Avion Express has always been characterized by its flexibility, we are now adapting our operations in accordance with market requirements. Although we are currently mostly focusing on the transportation of humanitarian aid and medical equipment in the fight against COVID-19, other cargo requests are also very welcomed and thoroughly considered”, said Darius Kajokas, CEO Avion Express.Email Post to a Friend