Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Who is my point of contact for Strategic Airlift?

Your point of contract for Strategic Airlift related matters is the office of the Program Manager for the NATO Airlift Management Programme.


Who is managing the NATO Airlift Management Programme?

The NATO Airlift Management Programme is managed by the Programme Manager, Mr. Wiek NOLDUS, a seconded Colonel (RLNAF) with more than thirty years of experience in the fields of Aircraft System Management, Programme Management, Business Process Management, general management and leadership


Where is the NATO Airlift Management Programme located?

The NATO Airlift Management Programme senior management is presently located at Pápa Airbase, HUN, with liaison staff located at NSPA headquarters in Capellen, LUX and at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio, USA with the US Air Force Materiel Command.


What is the vision of the NATO Airlift Management Programme?

The NATO Airlift Management Programme will be at the forefront of collective aircraft ownership and operation. We will excel at our core services and programme delivery, engage in continuous improvement in cooperation with our customers, and deliver new and exciting capabilities to nations that could not otherwise afford them


What is the responsibility of the NATO Airlift Management Programme?

The NATO Airlift Management Programme is responsible for acquiring, managing and supporting airlift assets required for national operations, including those in support of NATO and multi-national commitments, and to provide financial, logistical, and administrative services for any military force that operates NATO Airlift Management Programme owned aircrafts.


Who are the current members of the NATO Airlift Management Programme?

The current members of the NAM Programme are: Bulgaria, Estonia, Finland, Hungary, Lithuania, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, Sweden and the United States of America.


How is the NATO Airlift Management Programme governed?

The NATO Airlift Management Programme Board is the governing body for Programme execution, acting with regard to the collective interests of all NATO Airlift Management Programme Member Nations.