Many small or intermediate sized passenger carriers find that their cargo operations are too small to merit taking on a team of cargo specialists but far too important to be ignored.
Coyne Airways can provide a vital service to these airlines by making an assessment of their profit potential and recommending a programme to improve earnings. This can be achieved by a variety of methods including:
- Conducting a study to determine the best strategy to achieve greater profitability;
- Setting up regional freighter services to feed their main routes;
- Routing Coyne freight on client carriers as interline traffic;
- Possibly contracting to manage their entire cargo operation.
In addition to consulting services to other airlines, Coyne also offers its expertise and experience to organisations in other industries who may require expert advice and accurate information relating to air logistics in order to develop or improve their supply chains or effectively plan new projects.
One such example is three recently completed studies for an oil industry consortium who needed an insight into the feasibility of moving oil well equipment at short notice to various countries around the globe.
Using its expertise and experience, Coyne was able to evaluate the most time efficient method of moving the equipment considering a number of constraining factors and make recommendations on the best method of deploying the equipment to meet specific time sensitive objectives.
Coyne has amassed a great deal of experience over the past 19 years in working with carriers in all regions of the world, assisting them in achieving the full profit potential from cargo services.
If you think Coyne can assist with your business, please contact us.
Coyne Airways helping Georgian children to learn English
Coyne Airways has brought hundreds of children’s book from Great Britain to Georgia since 2003 free of charge. These books are on their way to villages all over Georgia, where they are helping children between five and nine years old learn English. While the schools have reference books and encyclopaedias, they are very short of story books, especially illustrated ones.
The books are collected from schools and charity bazaars in England by Genette Dagtoglou, A London-based octogenarian, she has organised book missions for children in various countries for nearly 20 years now. She selects ones with plenty of pictures, good vocabularies and appealing stories.
Getting books to Georgia was a challenge because logistics between the UK and Georgia are not well developed. Normal land, sea or air services would be too expensive for this charitable work, which Genette has been funding by herself. So Coyne Airways came to the rescue.
The books are sent out from Tbilisi to the villages, making the rest of their journey with English language teachers who live in the remoter corners of Georgia for months. The donated book parcels are warmly received by these volunteer teachers, as it provides new learning materials, and by the children, as this way of learning is fun. Despite the numbers of books, there are not sufficient to give the children their own copies, but they enjoy reading aloud from them to their fellow classmates, and pouring over the pictures together.