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Vol. 12, No. 44 Week of November 04, 2007
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry

PETROLEUM DIRECTORY: Northern Air Cargo introduces jet service to Iliamna and increased Kodiak service

Northern Air Cargo is introducing regular service to Iliamna beginning October 1, 2007.   This is the first time a Boeing 737 Freighter aircraft will be providing scheduled service to Iliamna.   “We are very excited about returning to Iliamna,” said Stephanie Holthaus, vice president, cargo and business development. “We have always considered Iliamna and the surrounding communities a big part of the NAC family, and we’re happy to be back in the market.”

The introduction of the Iliamna flight compliments NAC’s Kodiak flight schedule and allows for a return to a 5-day-a-week scheduled service into that market.  The addition of three Boeing 737-200 freighters in early 2007 has allowed the company to achieve considerable success in establishing frequency and schedule adherence in the markets it serves.



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