News & Updates

Silk Way Airlines Expands in the USA

Silk Way Airlines expanded to the United States by adding another Euroasian Cargo sales office in Miami. Arthur Ilyayev, Regional Representative for the country, will draw in business from across its other US offices, which include New York, Houston and Chicago. The airline is focusing on increasing its presence with market preparations for the next year will start of the direct all-cargo scheduled 747 freighter services.

New B747-400F Flown to Kabul International Airport

On February 27, Silk Way Airlines will fly the very first commercial flight on the new Boeing 747-400F to Kabul International Airport with 78 tonnes of cargo on board. Silk Way Airlines has operated flights to Afghanistan since 2002 on the IL-76 and AN-12 aircraft types, when ISAF and NATO began the security program to restore peace in the country.

Silk Way Receives First B747-400F


Silk Way Airlines accepted the first B747-400F delivery from Cargolux Airlines. On the first commercial flight from the Amsterdam to Baku, the new airplane shipped 98 tonnes of cargo. The next B747-400F is expected next year.

Silk Way Airlines Attends Air Cargo China

From June 8-10, the Silk Way team attended Air Cargo China, one of the most important cargo exhibitions in the world.

Despite being a young convention (the convention was founded in 2010) the event had more than 13.500 visitors from 67 different countries. Over 400 booths represented 42 nations.

Silk Way Airlines presence in the cargo market enables us to intensify and improve our contacts and relationships within the cargo industry.

TIACA ACF 2010 in Amsterdam

Silk Way Airlines' executives visited TIACA ACF 2010 in Amsterdam, from November 2-4.


Over 5000 delegates and visitors from the worldwide aviation industry met with over 200 exhibitors to network and seek new business opportunities. The next Air Cargo Forum & Exposition, hosted by Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, will be in Atlanta, Georgia in the USA, on October 2-4, 2012.

New Warehouse at Heathrow Airport

ASC Cargo Handling, as a subsidiary of Silk Way Holding, is a leading provider of aviation ground services, delivering an integrated range of handling solutions.

Operating under its own brand, ASC Cargo Handling operates at Heathrow Airport and is able to handle 45,000 tonnes of cargo, offering an integrated handling product from cargo warehousing, aircraft loading and unloading, trucking, documentation, dangerous goods handling, customs brokerage, freight forwarding, supervision and capacity control. For more information, please contact our Cargo Business Team via email:, website: