Columbus, OH (PRWEB) February 19, 2012
AirNet Systems, Inc., a leading express air cargo airline, today announced the launch of AirNet Cargo Charter Services. This move signals the strategic realignment of AirNet’s business to focus on the operation of its express cargo charter airline throughout North America.
Commenting on this announcement, Frank C. DiMaria, AirNet’s Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing, said, “To better communicate AirNet’s’ unique express charter capabilities to our customers, we will be changing our brand name to AirNet Cargo Charter Services and introducing new and improved products to support the expansion of the company’s airline operational expertise."
“This rebranding sharpens our focus around key market segments that require the services of our high performance airline in the Life Sciences, Banking, Security Sensitive and High Value sectors,” continued DiMaria. “This positions us for growth, and leverages our fleet of aircraft.” This change was recently demonstrated by AirNet selling its Same Day Express (SDX)/ Next Flight Out (NFO) courier business to MNX, announced earlier this week.
AirNet Cargo Charter Services provides scheduled and on-demand charters utilizing its fleet of more than 130 aircraft, including Bombardier Learjets, Cessna Caravans, Cessna 210’s, and other small, fixed-wing aircraft, strategically positioned throughout the United States. The company is headquartered in Columbus, Ohio and operates almost 200 flights a night. AirNet is one of the largest cargo airlines in the US and will continue to build on this heritage in the years ahead.
Holly Stapleton, Director of Marketing for AirNet, added “We believe that this move signals a clear message to the marketplace that AirNet is a viable alternative to the commercial airlines. Let us build a custom express charter solution for you.”
Headquartered in Columbus, OH, AirNet is a leading express air cargo charter airline that services a wide array of industries that require speed, reliability, flexibility, and security in the transportation of high-priority shipments. The company was founded in 1974 and operates a fleet of more than 130 aircraft that conduct almost 200 scheduled and on-demand charter flights per night throughout North America. AirNet is one of the largest specialized air cargo airlines in the nation and the largest commercial operator of Cessna aircraft in the world. To learn more, visit http://www.airnet.com.