Network Aviation Group is delighted to announce that we have been featured in the 16th annual Sunday Times PwC Top Track 250, as we continue to keep vital air cargo flying around the world.
Since March this year and throughout the pandemic, Network’s global teams have been operating various charter as well as scheduled flights carrying Personal Protection Equipment and other lifesaving provisions around the globe. Utilising freighter and passenger converted aircraft in its managed fleet, hundreds of flights have been successfully completed, carrying millions of PPE items such as masks, gloves and gowns on each flight, with more still operating throughout the last quarter of 2020.
The entire Network Aviation Group has around 200 employees, with 48 global sales offices throughout the UK, Europe, North America, Central America, India, the Middle East, Asia as well as across Africa. Network offers a variety of sales and services to client airlines as well as managing a fleet of freighter aircraft on a network of scheduled routes and charter operations on a worldwide basis. Network Aviation Group are proud to represent many of the world’s leading airlines.
Andy Leslie, Group Chairman commented: “I’m so pleased that our ever-evolving business has achieved 104th place in the Sunday Times PwC Top Track 250 for the first time. This achievement is a credit to all our staff, worldwide, who innovatively and effectively create solutions to ensure all cargo is safely delivered to our clients with excellent service to aid them during these unforeseen circumstances. Some of the local communities where we operate have been terribly affected by the Coronavirus pandemic, and I am very proud to be a part of a company whose efforts can benefit people around the world that have suffered due to COVID-19.”
“The league table ranks Britain’s leading mid-market private companies with the biggest sales – before the pandemic struck. It highlights their continuing contribution to the economy at this difficult time. It also gives examples of how they have stepped up to support their communities and the NHS. The league table was published this weekend with the Business section of Sunday Times, on their tablet edition, and on the Fast Track website.” – The Sunday Times