Our Airlines

ASL Airlines Belgium 758 3V

ASL Airlines Belgium, formerly known as TNT Airways, has been founded in 1999 and acquired by ASL Aviation Group on 24 May 2016.
The ASL aviation group owns, operates and manages a fleet of nearly 90 jet and turboprop aircraft, providing services for both passenger and cargo flights.
Providing options to a wide variety of destinations, we are pleased that we can offer 4 direct cargo flights a week from Liege to Shanghai Pudong Airport operated by a 744F with noseload capability.

Since April 2018 ASL Airlines expanded their Chinese network, adding scheduled 2 direct cargo flights from Liege to Jinan (TNA). Due to Jinan’s central position on the east coast of mainland China we are able to offer multiple beyond destinations via a dedicated truck network, serving: Beijing, Tianjin, Qingdao, Hangzhou, Nanjing, Zhengzhou via bonded trucks and the ability via non-bonded trucks to reach almost every major Chinese destinations.

Norwegian cargo 328 DY

Norwegian Air Cargo is an Scandinavian carrier with HUB’s in Oslo, Stockholm and Copenhagen. Serving 132 routes, 11 domestic and 121 international destinations.

Today, we have around 130 aircraft and boast one of the world’s youngest and greenest fleets with an average age of just 3.6 years. New aircraft is a win-win for the customers, the environment and the company’s costs and is key in order to maintain our vision of offering affordable fares for all.

We also have over 250 aircraft on order – the biggest aircraft order in Europe, which means that in the coming years, we will take delivery of brand new Boeing 737-800s, Boeing 787 Dreamliners, Boeing 737 MAX 8, Airbus A320neos og Airbus 321 Long Range aircraft.

Iran Air 096 IR

IranAir was established in 1961 as the national flag carrier of Iran, following the merging of “Iranian Airways” and “Pars Airways” into the new airline. With “Iranian Airways” achieving its first passenger flight right in 1944 and “Pars Airways” initially undertaking freight services to Europe in 1954. The new airline, with the acronyms and the symbol of the “HOMA” bird, commencing its activities in 1962.

With its main bases being the Tehran Imam Khomeini International Airport for international flights and the Tehran Mehrabad Airport for domestics flights, at present, IranAir is serving more than 30 international and 25 domestic destinations.

Offering widebody capacity on a twice weekly flight from Amsterdam, Schiphol, to Tehran IKA airport operated by A300 passenger aircraft.

Stabo Air Limited 242 SBO/4E

Stabo Air is a Zambian registered cargo airline that offers scheduled and charter flights from Europe into Africa. The aim and objective is to fullfill the customers’ need and demand to and within Africa.

The scheduled flights are operating from Liége and Ostend with a MD11 full freighter and providing a wide range of African destinations, such as Lusaka, Ndola, Johannesburg and Entebbe. Furthermore Stabo Air is covering West-Africa with direct flights into Libreville, Point Noire and Malabo.

Stabo Air is also offering beyond destinations ex-Zambia to Lubumbashi and Harare and a wide variation of domestic destinations within South-Africa such as Durban, Capetown and Port-Elizabeth. Recently Stabo Air added Namibia to its network by serving Windhoek and Walvisbay. Due to the high demand for Mozambique, Pemba has also been added as a freighter destination by launching a weekly freighter service ex-Johannesburg.

Making Stabo Air Limited a true African airline!

Gulf Air 072 GF

Gulf Air has come a long way since it launched services in 1950 as Gulf Aviation Company. Now fully owned by the Kingdom of Bahrain through Bahrain Mumtalakat Holding Company, the airline started as a small scale commuter service, serving the oil fields of the Gulf and some regional customers. Today, Gulf Air is a major international airline serving over 30 destinations worldwide. However, whether it is 10 or 100 destinations, seven seater planes or the latest state of the art jets, their goal has remained constant – a commitment to the latest aviation technology and an adherence to traditional Arabian hospitality.

With the main hub being Bahrain, Gulf air is offering many solutions in the Middle-East, India and Pakistan, operating numerous widebody flights to destinations like Jeddah, Riyadh, Islamabad and Lahore.

Yangtze River Airlines 871 Y8

Yangtze River Airlines, founded in 2002, which is a Shanghai-based airline company of HNA Group. For years, the airline won the “Safe and High-Quality Operation Award” presented by the Civil Aviation Administration of China.

Currently, Yangtze River Airlines operates 26 aircraft and 40 domestic and international airlines. Our route network is now global.

With the base in Shanghai, Yangtze River Airlines is determined to make unremitting efforts to be one of the best aviation brands around the world.

ASL Airlines Belgium, formerly known as TNT Airways, has been founded in 1999 and acquired by ASL Aviation Group on 24 May 2016.
The ASL aviation group owns, operates and manages a fleet of nearly 90 jet and turboprop aircraft, providing services for both passenger and cargo flights.
Providing options to a wide variety of destinations, we are pleased that we can offer 4 direct cargo flights a week from Liege to Shanghai Pudong Airport operated by a 744F with noseload capability.

Since April 2018 ASL Airlines expanded their Chinese network, adding scheduled 2 direct cargo flights from Liege to Jinan (TNA). Due to Jinan’s central position on the east coast of mainland China we are able to offer multiple beyond destinations via a dedicated truck network, serving: Beijing, Tianjin, Qingdao, Hangzhou, Nanjing, Zhengzhou via bonded trucks and the ability via non-bonded trucks to reach almost every major Chinese destinations.

Norwegian Air Cargo is an Scandinavian carrier with HUB’s in Oslo, Stockholm and Copenhagen. Serving 132 routes, 11 domestic and 121 international destinations.

Today, we have around 130 aircraft and boast one of the world’s youngest and greenest fleets with an average age of just 3.6 years. New aircraft is a win-win for the customers, the environment and the company’s costs and is key in order to maintain our vision of offering affordable fares for all.

We also have over 250 aircraft on order – the biggest aircraft order in Europe, which means that in the coming years, we will take delivery of brand new Boeing 737-800s, Boeing 787 Dreamliners, Boeing 737 MAX 8, Airbus A320neos og Airbus 321 Long Range aircraft.

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IranAir was established in 1961 as the national flag carrier of Iran, following the merging of “Iranian Airways” and “Pars Airways” into the new airline. With “Iranian Airways” achieving its first passenger flight right in 1944 and “Pars Airways” initially undertaking freight services to Europe in 1954. The new airline, with the acronyms and the symbol of the “HOMA” bird, commencing its activities in 1962.

With its main bases being the Tehran Imam Khomeini International Airport for international flights and the Tehran Mehrabad Airport for domestics flights, at present, IranAir is serving more than 30 international and 25 domestic destinations.

Offering widebody capacity on a twice weekly flight from Amsterdam, Schiphol, to Tehran IKA airport operated by A300 passenger aircraft.

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Stabo Air is a Zambian registered cargo airline that offers scheduled and charter flights from Europe into Africa. The aim and objective is to fullfill the customers’ need and demand to and within Africa.

The scheduled flights are operating from Liége and Ostend with a MD11 full freighter and providing a wide range of African destinations, such as Lusaka, Ndola, Johannesburg and Entebbe. Furthermore Stabo Air is covering West-Africa with direct flights into Libreville, Point Noire and Malabo.

Stabo Air is also offering beyond destinations ex-Zambia to Lubumbashi and Harare and a wide variation of domestic destinations within South-Africa such as Durban, Capetown and Port-Elizabeth. Recently Stabo Air added Namibia to its network by serving Windhoek and Walvisbay. Due to the high demand for Mozambique, Pemba has also been added as a freighter destination by launching a weekly freighter service ex-Johannesburg.

Making Stabo Air Limited a true African airline!

Gulf Air has come a long way since it launched services in 1950 as Gulf Aviation Company. Now fully owned by the Kingdom of Bahrain through Bahrain Mumtalakat Holding Company, the airline started as a small scale commuter service, serving the oil fields of the Gulf and some regional customers. Today, Gulf Air is a major international airline serving over 30 destinations worldwide. However, whether it is 10 or 100 destinations, seven seater planes or the latest state of the art jets, their goal has remained constant – a commitment to the latest aviation technology and an adherence to traditional Arabian hospitality.

With the main hub being Bahrain, Gulf air is offering many solutions in the Middle-East, India and Pakistan, operating numerous widebody flights to destinations like Jeddah, Riyadh, Islamabad and Lahore.

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Yangtze River Airlines, founded in 2002, which is a Shanghai-based airline company of HNA Group. For years, the airline won the “Safe and High-Quality Operation Award” presented by the Civil Aviation Administration of China.

Currently, Yangtze River Airlines operates 26 aircraft and 40 domestic and international airlines. Our route network is now global.

With the base in Shanghai, Yangtze River Airlines is determined to make unremitting efforts to be one of the best aviation brands around the world.

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Why Euro Cargo Aviation

  • Independent GSA
  • Own warehouse supervision
  • Cargo sales reporting
  • Over 20 years of experience
  • Specialized staff members
  • Knowledge of current market
  • Excellent cargo sales
  • Inhouse invoicing / accounting