Aeromar has extended its GSSA agreement with APG to include the United States.
APG will be providing wide-ranging sales and marketing services for Aeromar as well as full customer and agent support throughout the US.
With a strategy based on service and permanent attention to the distribution channel, it is estimated that Aeromar's participation in this market will grow significantly, and it is intended to strengthen the routes of Puerto Escondido, Acapulco and Ixtapa Zihuatanejo, among others.
Likewise, the operation that Aeromar maintains today in the cities of Laredo and McAllen, routes that will strengthen the connection with one of the most important border crossings between Mexico and the United States, will be maximized.
Aeromar's fleet is the most modern in Mexico, having only 3 average years of operation. The ATRs, in addition to being the safest, are friendly to the environment by emitting 50% less pollutants than other aircraft.
Aeromar continues to carry out various sanitation measures and protocols from the virtual check-in process, use of sanitary filters, protective equipment, healthy distance, sanitation and cleaning in each of its areas.
APG has extended its commercial cooperation with Air Caraïbes through a new distribution agreement to develop sales for the airline on APG’s IET solution.
Air Caraïbes is already a partner airline on APG IET.
Through this “IET Plus” distribution agreement, APG will extend Air Caraïbes‘ commercial presence in 53 selected markets.
APG IET Plus is a distribution solution for tertiary markets with ticketing based on APG’s own GP documents through BSP and includes select sales activities in the chosen markets
Kenya Airways the national flag carrier of the Republic of Kenya and APG, are proud to announce the signing of a new Passenger GSA partnership in Europe. Under the new agreement, APG will be providing wide-ranging sales and marketing activities for Kenya Airways as well as full customer and agent support in 39 European markets, including the Netherlands where the airline traditionally operates a daily service to Amsterdam.
In addition to the Netherlands, the agreement also covers Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and Ukraine.
Lion Air, the Indonesian low-cost airline, has appointed APG as its GSA in Turkey in advance of launching flights to Istanbul.
The APG office in Turkey will be providing full sales and marketing services as well as call centre and ticketing facilities effective 1 Sep 2020.
Lion Air (JT) is planning to start a scheduled direct flight to Turkey on 1 October 2021 with 2 weekly flights. The flight will depart every Monday and Friday at 2300hrs from Jakarta Soekarno–Hatta International Airport (CGK), arriving in Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen International Airport (SAW) at 0730hrs the next day. The returning flight will depart Istanbul every Tuesday & Saturday at 0950hrs, arriving in Jakarta at 0230hrs the next day. Lion Air will deploy an Airbus A330 with a capacity of 440 seat on the route.
Emirates has appointed APG to be its General Sales Agent (GSA) in Panama.
The local APG office will be providing full sales and marketing activities aimed at significantly growing the airline's revenue in the market.
Emirates connects the world to, and through, a global hub in Dubai. They operate modern, efficient and comfortable aircraft, and their culturally diverse workforce delivers award-winning services to customers across six continents every day.
They operate one of the most modern and efficient aircraft fleets in the sky and are actively working on ways to reduce resource consumption, while investing in conservation and wildlife protection.
Further information about Emirates is available at www.emirates.com
Ruili Airlines has extended its GSSA agreement with APG to cover the additional countries of Chinese Taiwan, Cambodia, Indonesia, South Korea, Malaysia, Philippines and Thailand.
The APG offices will be providing full sales and marketing activities aimed at significantly growing the airline's revenue in the new markets. Full support will also be provided to local travel agents.
Ruili Airlines is a Chinese Low Cost Carrier (LCC) based at Kunming Changshui International Airport. It provides both domestic and international services to destinations in China and in Southeast Asia (Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai and Sihanoukville), using Boeing 737 aircraft
Further information about Ruili Airlines is available at www.rlair.net
APG Airlines Cargo has signed an Interline Agreement with TAROM.
Through this interline agreement, the APG Cargo Network will have access to TAROM's cargo capacity.
TAROM cargo carry out their activities at Henri Coandă International Airport (Otopeni), and provide one of the best cargo services in the area, materialized in flexible solutions, tailored to each customer's specific requirements.
TAROM Cargo Depot has a total area of 16,700 square meters and a capacity of 15,000 tons a year, having direct access to the airport track.
APG Airlines Cargo has signed an Interline Agreement with Air Belgium
Through this interline agreement, the APG Cargo Network will have access to Air Belgium's cargo capacity.
airBaltic Cargo has appointed APG Cargo as its cargo general sales agent in Ireland.
The new contract expands the relationship between airBaltic and the APG Network, the biggest Passenger & Cargo GSA network in the world.
APG Cargo (Ireland) will be providing a full complement of cargo GSA services with enhanced cooperation with partner airlines and postal operators worldwide.
airBaltic operates 3 weekly Airbus A220 flights from Dublin to Riga and 2 weekly flights Dublin to Vilnius with onward connections to its entire European network.
The Irish cargo market will benefit from a global reach of 48 destinations on the airBaltic network, which include Helsinki, Moscow, Kiev, Abu Dhabi, Tbilisi, Tel Aviv and many more.
In 2019, airBaltic Cargo carried a record amount of cargo and mail – 14.8 thousand tons – which equated to an impressive 21% year on year increase.
The growth can be partly attributed to the extra capacity airBaltic now offers with the introduction of the Airbus A220-300 aircraft to the fleet, one of the world’s greenest commercial aircraft. airBaltic is the first airline in the world to operate an A220 only fleet.
APG Airlines Cargo has signed an Interline Agreement with Garuda Indonesia Cargo
Through this interline agreement, the APG Cargo Network will have access to Garuda Indonesia's cargo capacity.