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IAM wins Jet Airways in Ireland


Jet Airways of India has appointed IAM as its cargo GSSA for Ireland, with immediate effect. 
The appointment of IAM - Ireland’s largest cargo GSSA - marks the first active marketing of Jet Airways’ cargo capacity in Ireland, since it began international services to London in 2005. 
Jet Airways now operates a total of 27 flights per week from London Heathrow to Mumbai, Delhi and Amritsar, using A330 and A340 aircraft with approximately 14 tonnes’ capacity per flight. These flights link to the airline’s extensive domestic network which uses B737 and ATP aircraft. 
Says Jet Airways Cargo Manager - UK and Ireland, Finlay McArthur: “Traffic from the UK has been buoyant since we began operations, but the contribution of Ireland will be a valuable complement, particularly when we take delivery of larger B777 aircraft in April. We also plan to add further frequencies from the UK, and to open up new destinations in India.” 
The Irish Government is actively encouraging exports to India, and a number of Irish companies are now working on building new trade partnerships with Indian companies, reports IAM MD Ian McCool: 
“Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore will be the main focus of our efforts, and we will particularly target exporters in the high-tech, medical, pharmaceutical, chemical, foodstuffs and engineering equipment sectors.” 
IAM will connect to Jet Airways’ London Heathrow departures using its sister company ITC’s nightly express road feeders from Dublin, Shannon and Cork. 
IAM will also handle consignee sales for imports to Ireland, and will provide Jet Airways with road feeders from London Heathrow to Ireland. Local handling in Ireland will be performed by IAM’s other sister company, ITC Handling, which has bases in Dublin, Shannon, Cork and Belfast. 
Jet Airways operates a fleet of 60 aircraft on over 300 daily flights throughout its network, which includes London Heathrow, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Colombo, Kathmandu and 44 destinations in India. The airline plans to further extend its international operations to North America, Europe, Africa and Asia. 
IAM is Ireland’s largest cargo GSSA company, representing 12 leading airlines and controlling 20% of the entire Irish export airfreight market. It forms the core of an expanding group which now includes cargo handling, air cargo road transportation and aviation training activities. IAM is the exclusive Irish member of  EGSAC – the consortium of independent cargo GSSA companies with 60 offices in over 30 countries.

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