Global Aero Logistics, parent of North American Airlines and World Airways, changed its name to Global Aviation Holdings. "We are focused on growing our commercial cargo and passenger business, and the new name and identity will better represent the leading role we play in the charter aviation transport industry," CEO Rob Binns said. NAA operates passenger charters aboard 757-200ER and 767-300ER aircraft while World flies both passenger and cargo charters aboard 747-400s, DC10-30s and MD-11s.

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