Neutral Air Partner (NAP), the premier network of independent air cargo logistics providers has appointed Sam Okpro to head its global airline partner programme.
Sam comes with extensive experience in the air cargo logistics and aviation sector, having held senior management roles in leading airlines, including Air Canada, BWIA, Gulf Air, Etihad Airways, Air Seychelles, and IATA.
“We are proud that an experienced and well reputed person like Sam is joining our team. Sam brings his rich airline experience and a strong track record in achieving substantial growth to the table,” said Christos Spyrou, CEO of NAP.
“Our collaboration with participating airlines will enable NAP partners to enhance their airfreight products on a global scale, and the carriers will benefit by our global support, tonnage commitment, and flexible approach in creating opportunities amidst the new normal in the air cargo industry,” added Christos.
“We are now seeking to implement our Global Airline Partner Program as part of our post–COVID-19 plans. The program includes various partnership options from preferred carrier status, marketing, PR & communications collaboration, global or regional BSA/CPA agreements, charter deals, special cargoes, as well as targets and volume incentives on a regional or global scale,” said Sam.
“Our NAP Partners can play a significant contributing role in assisting airlines to fill the belly capacity of passenger aircraft as they get back to the air. We are already discussing with selected carriers on each region, and we are planning to approach others to further strengthen our strategic airline network,” added Sam.