Commercial Airlines are scheduled aircraft operations which carry passengers (with restricted cargo capacity) operated by Airlines, easily accessible with significant global coverage as the main advantage.
Bridges has developed a network by utilising complimentary commercial airlines indigenous to specific areas of the world, to link together and form a unique global Express system.
This has been complimented with regional freighter networks operating where airline capacity is either restricted, unsuitable or unavailable.
Bridges works with a select group of operators with Express experience in their specific geographical area of activity.
These operators either use their own equipment, or aircraft owned by Bridges which have been supplied to the operator to perform Regional operations on behalf of Bridges.
Freighter operations often work in tandem with Commercial Airline scheduled flights to provide ultimate flexibility in fulfilling customer service and performance requirements.
Bridges will be seeking future Partnerships to operate larger Capacity Aircraft linking its key areas of activity.
For all freighter enquiries, please contact: email@example.com
Upon specific request, Bridges Worldwide can offer a customs clearance function in all locations, more specifically we have a fully owned Customs Brokerage, Bridges CBS Ltd, and are able to Customs clear goods into/out of the UK.
Freight Forwarding to Africa
Bridges has developed a wholesale freight forwarding product servicing Africa utilising a combination of freighters, commercial airlines and shipping lines. This provides customers with a range of services to accommodate:
All sized cargo: From a small parcel to a large cargo shipment
Different modes of travel: From sea freight to courier
Bridges has increased its emerging market presence in Africa utilising key gateways:
Johannesburg & Cape Town | South Africa
Nairobi | Kenya
Lagos | Nigeria
This allows an efficient service and transit time to far-reaching areas of the continent such as Kinshasa, Congo and Lusaka, Zambia.