Since 1994, Coyne Airways has built a global reputation for providing reliable and secure scheduled cargo services to some of the world’s most difficult to reach destinations.
CEO, Larry Coyne, and his team of multi-lingual air cargo specialists have pioneered routes into the Caucuses, Central Asia, the oil and gas rich Sakhalin Island and, more recently, into Iraq and Afghanistan.
Today, Coyne’s reputation as one of the industry’s most successful ‘solutions providers’ has earned the company a growing client base of international freight forwarders as well as a host of major airline interline partners that make these complex destinations accessible to customers all over the world through Coyne’s hubs in Europe and the Middle East.
The key to the company’s success can be attributed to several factors. Coyne Airways is a neutral service provider with a proven track record for both the reliability and quality of its services and communications. In destinations where local difficulties are a part of everyday life, Coyne Airways’ customers are able to manage their businesses with complete confidence because of Coyne’s local market expertise and contacts, its ability to recover potential delays before they impact the customers’ supply chain and through its open and honest approach.
Since its inception, the company has demonstrated its ability to develop and grow into new markets to meet the needs of the world’s forwarders. In 2004, it initiated freighter operations into Iraq, following this in 2006 with the launch of scheduled services to three destinations in Afghanistan; Kandahar, Bagram and Kabul. In December 2006, Coyne started its first B747-400F operation into the Caspian. All Gulf destinations are now served directly from Dubai with seamless connections from North America, Europe and Asia via the company’s large network of interline partners.
Despite the obvious operational and security issues presented by these difficult markets, Coyne has achieved an enviable reliability record for its customers, enabling them to realize the potential of these emerging markets.
Alongside scheduled services, Coyne also has a thriving and respected charter business to destinations worldwide.
Coyne Airways was the pioneer of scheduled air freight services into the Caspian Sea region, commencing services in 1996. Since then we have operated continually providing a dependable, frequent service for the oil and gas project forwarders and the growing commodity market.
Our unrivalled 17 years of scheduled service experience has made Coyne Airways the number one choice into the Caspian region for customers around the globe. Our extensive interline partnerships ensure that we can accept cargo at hundreds of airports around the globe to link with our freighter services from Amsterdam.
Our Caspian network now includes services to Aktau, Atyrau and Uralsk in Western Kazakhstan, along with connections further east, as well as weekly flights to Ashgabat, Baku and Yerevan, all via our central hub in Tbilisi.
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Cargo destinations beyond TBS:
Baku (BAK), Aktau (SCO), Atyrau (GUW), Uralsk (URA), Aktobe (AKX), Yerevan (EVN), Kzyl-Orda (KZO), Chimkent (CIT), Aksai (AKZ) and Ashgabat (ASB)
Arrivals in Baku and Yerevan are to city truck terminals, not airports.
Coyne Airways commenced scheduled services to Iraq in 2004 with services to Baghdad, one of the first carriers to do so following the 2003 conflict. This was followed in 2006 with the launch of scheduled services to three destinations in Afghanistan; Kandahar, Bagram and Kabul. Since then we have commenced services to Camp Bastion in Afghanistan as well as Erbil, Sulaimaniyah and Basra in Iraq. Our Gulf offering also incorporates services to Bishkek and Djibouti. All destinations in the Gulf are served through our Dubai hub.
There have been many challenges since the inception of services to Iraq and Afghanistan, but Coyne Airways has continued to provide multiple weekly frequencies throughout, whilst offering unrivalled levels of customer service. All our rates for services to the military bases in Afghanistan include delivery of the cargo to the consignee on base and we do not charge any war risk surcharge.
Cargo destinations ex DXB/SHJ:
Baghdad (BGW), Basra (BSR), Bishkek (FRU), Camp Bastion (OAZI), Djibouti (JIB, Erbil (EBL), Kabul (KBL) Kandahar (KDH) and Sulaimaniyah (ISU)