About Mercury World Cargo
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Mercury World Cargo (MWC) is an all-cargo airline operating under U.S. FAA Part 135 certification and authority. (FAA and IATA designator- 4X). MWC has operated and maintained its air cargo airlines status on an uninterrupted current basis since 1996. While MWC operates its aircraft on a local basis, it has established interline agreements with more than 100 U.S. Domestic and International airlines since 1996, thereby providing air cargo services for all of its worldwide shippers and forwarders on it own air waybill (prefix 805). MWC is among a few worldwide cargo airlines that maintains uninterrupted and strict compliance with U.S. Department of Homeland Security TSA regulations while providing all of its worldwide clients with highly expedited transportation services.
Leadership for Mercury World Cargo
Zack Vernikovsky, Executive Vice President & General Manager
Zack Vernikovsky has over 40 years of experience in the aviation industry. He joined Mercury Air Group in 1985 as a Cargo Handling Supervisor at Mercury’s Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) warehouse. He then quickly moved up in the ranks as a Cargo Manager. At that time, he and Joe Czyzyk, who was then President of Mercury Air Cargo, revolutionized cargo space brokerage services by buying capacity from airlines and reselling to freight forwarders and shippers.
In 1991, Zack then developed Hermes Aviation, which distinguished itself in the marketing and sales of air cargo products for airlines. From 2002 to 2004, he organized and managed sales and operations domestically for Cargo Air Lines Limited (CAL), an Israeli all-cargo airlines. Simultaneously, Zack took over Mercury World Cargo, an air cargo carrier, establishing sales offices, general sales agents and interline agreements worldwide.