Africa West enhances services with extra aircraft

Dubai managed firm adds Freetown and Monrovia to network.
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Togo-based Africa West Cargo has recently reinforced its fleet, leasing a second DC9 Freighter and adding to the company’s list of aircraft currently serving various destinations in West Africa and Central Africa.

“Starting September, we will be able to accommodate increasing traffic and ensure faster connections to several destinations,” said Yannick Erbs, CEO of Africa West.

The company, which is managed by Dubai-based GSA Global Investments, has also recently added two new destinations to its network – Freetown and Monrovia, which brings the total number of scheduled destinations served across West Africa to ten, with a number of additional destinations served on request.

Additionally, Africa West has a dedicated 1800 square metre warehouse in Lome that provides reliable, secure and efficient transfers to onward destinations.

“We, at Africa West, believe that Lome will soon become a world-class staging and hubbing point, as well as the gateway to West Africa. Adding to our fleet, and thus boosting our services, is one of our contributions to ensuring that this goal is realised,” Erbs said.

 

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