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  • #31
    Lufthansa Cargo McDonnell Douglas MD-11F

    Hello Aviation friends, I will show you some pics of the LH Cargo MD-11F. I hope you enjoy it. Have fun
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    • #32
      thumbs up for the middle left one .

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      • #33
        UPS adds 400 flights a day in run-up to Christmas

        onsdag, 21 december 2011

        UPS expects to deliver more than 120 million packages worldwide this week in the run-up to Christmas, writes Isabel Lesto.

        Tomorrow will be its busiest day of the year when almost 26 million packages will be delivered.

        UPS Airlines is adding more than 400 additional flights a day, and on its busiest day it will process three million express shipments in a 24-hour period through its Louisville Worldport facility.

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        • #34
          Jade Cargo suspends operations

          Jade Cargo International, a Shenzhen-based joint venture between Shenzhen Airlines, Lufthansa Cargo and the German development finance institute DEG, has temporarily suspended operations due to weak overall demand. Jade said that the suspension will provide the shareholders with an opportunity to coordinate with stakeholders to continue restructuring the company's finances.

          http://www.transportjournal.com/inde...=425&tx_ttnews[pS]=1325769029&tx_ttnews[tt_news]=25087&tx_ttnews[backPid]=505&cHash=88a0f1ce56eb7f29bc362f6d99ce41d0


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          • #35
            Saudi Airlines to add China cargo flights

            JEDDAH: Saudi Airlines Cargo said it will add a second freighter to its portfolio of flights operating to/from the Far East mainly mainland China starting from today.

            The new MD11F service will operate every Sunday night from Guangzhou offering a direct freighter connection to Brussels.

            With the commencement of the new freighter service, Saudi Cargo will offer 180T per week from the largest manufacturing base in South China to destinations in the Middle East, Africa and Europe.

            The Saudi firm said that via a combination of passenger and freighter flights, total frequencies from Guangzhou will increase to five per week.

            more...........

            http://www.gulf-daily-news.com/NewsD...storyid=325060

            Saudi Cargo to start new Vietnam service

            Saudi Airlines Cargo has announced plans to launch its new B747 freighter flight from Saigon, Vietnam, starting from March 25 in combination with its Hong Kong flights.

            The airline will operate twice a week linking Vietnam with the Middle East and Frankfurt, according to a senior official.

            Peter Scholten, vice president, commercial, at Saudi Airlines Cargo, said: “Saigon is an emerging market. With China becoming more expensive, production is increasingly being moved to Vietnam and other developing countries. This new service will enable us to expand our network into the region in response to changing market conditions.”

            http://www.tradearabia.com/news/STN_213538.html
            Last edited by scanhorse; 2012-03-04, 11:32.
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            • #36
              AirBridgeCargo operates first ever cross-polar flight

              AirBridgeCargo Airlines, Russia’s largest cargo carrier, launched first ever cross-polar flight via the North Pole en route from Chicago to Krasnoyarsk.

              Onboard the Boeing 747-400 freighter was a very special “passenger’’ load – 175 Angus bred heifers, weighing ? total of 104,000 kilos. The animals landed safe and sound at Krasnoyarsk’s Emelyanovo Airport from where they were transported to a local breeding farm.

              This type of flight requires a high level of expertise from its crew as it differs enormously from a regular flight operation. Cross-polar traffic is subject to zero wind conditions and can face satellite navigation system errors, radiation hazards and disrupted radio contact.

              more...........................

              http://www.cargonewsasia.com/secured...&article=27919

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              • #37
                Summer safari for Air France-KLM Cargo

                Air France-KLM Cargo and sister carrier Martinair Cargo are to offer a new Paris CDG-Wuhan, China service three times a week in their summer schedule, announced today.
                And the carriers’ new Safari Connection freighter route that connects Asia directly to Africa with maindeck capacity is being claimed as a first.
                The Safari flight is a joint-venture between KLM and partner Kenya Airways, operated by a 747 Martinair freighter.
                This week, Lagos has been added to the route, which serves Amsterdam, Sharjah, Guangzhou, Nairobi and Lagos.
                From 15 May, there will also be three direct flights a week from Amsterdam to Lusaka, Zambia, “to meet the high demand for non-stop flights with fresh cargo from this destination”.

                more..........................

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by scanhorse View Post
                  Saudi Airlines to add China cargo flights

                  JEDDAH: Saudi Airlines Cargo said it will add a second freighter to its portfolio of flights operating to/from the Far East mainly mainland China starting from today.

                  The new MD11F service will operate every Sunday night from Guangzhou offering a direct freighter connection to Brussels.

                  With the commencement of the new freighter service, Saudi Cargo will offer 180T per week from the largest manufacturing base in South China to destinations in the Middle East, Africa and Europe.

                  The Saudi firm said that via a combination of passenger and freighter flights, total frequencies from Guangzhou will increase to five per week.

                  more...........

                  http://www.gulf-daily-news.com/NewsD...storyid=325060

                  Saudi Cargo to start new Vietnam service

                  Saudi Airlines Cargo has announced plans to launch its new B747 freighter flight from Saigon, Vietnam, starting from March 25 in combination with its Hong Kong flights.

                  The airline will operate twice a week linking Vietnam with the Middle East and Frankfurt, according to a senior official.

                  Peter Scholten, vice president, commercial, at Saudi Airlines Cargo, said: “Saigon is an emerging market. With China becoming more expensive, production is increasingly being moved to Vietnam and other developing countries. This new service will enable us to expand our network into the region in response to changing market conditions.”

                  http://www.tradearabia.com/news/STN_213538.html
                  Is Saudia Cargo interested in resuming freighters to Colombo ?
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                  • #39
                    Etihad Cargo carries record tonnage in July

                    Etihad Cargo, a division of Etihad Airways, has posted record monthly figures for July with network volumes approaching 33,000 tonnes, an increase of 18 per cent on the same month last year. The figures surpass a previous month record of 31,700 tonnes which Etihad Cargo carried in March 2012.

                    Total revenues for the month were up 4 per cent on June and up 8 per cent on the corresponding period the previous year.

                    Last month Etihad Cargo reported strong H1 2012 results, with tonnage up 21 per cent to 175,000 tonnes.

                    Etihad Airways Chief Planning and Strategy Officer, Kevin Knight, said: “We’ve seen a good recovery in business from Europe after the second quarter. Also, the capability of our fleet with the addition of the 747-400 freighter has enhanced our overall schedule flexibility, and helped support significant project work in what was also a record month for our Charter team.

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                    http://www.albawaba.com/business/pr/...onnage-437153?

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                    • #40
                      Cathay Pacific Set To Become More Competitive With New Boeing 747-8 Freighter

                      GEORGE TOWN, Aug 13 (Bernama) -- Cathay Pacific Airways' new Boeing 747-8 freighter will place the airline in a competitive position especially in the cargo segment despite the global slowdown in the industry.

                      Its Country Manager for Malaysia and Brunei, Mandy Wu, said with the world's largest commercial air freighter, Cathay Pacific would offer better services to its customers.

                      "The Boeing 747-8 freighter will greatly improve the efficiency and payload of Cathay Pacific's ultra-long-haul freighter services, particularly on the North American routes, while at the same time reduce the environmental impact on the operations," she said.

                      Wu was speaking to reporters after receiving the new Boeing 747-8 freighter in Penang, witnessed by Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng.

                      The new freighter's technological innovation, including advanced engine and use of composites and lighter alloys, will lead to significantly reduced fuel consumption and emission.

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                      • #41
                        Singapore Airlines Cargo adds South America to air freight network

                        Singapore Airlines Cargo has launched its first scheduled freighter service to South America, to Sao Paulo in Brazil.

                        The once weekly Boeing 747-400 freighter service from Singapore Changi Airport to Sao Paulo’s Viracopos-Campinas Airport was launched yesterday, operating via Hong Kong and Dallas Fort Worth. The return trip to Singapore operates via Dallas Fort Worth, Brussels and Sharjah.

                        Singapore Airlines Cargo

                        This new freighter service complements the cargo capacity available on Singapore Airlines’ thrice-weekly passenger flights between Singapore and Sao Paulo’s Guarulhos International Airport, via Barcelona................

                        more........................ and timetable

                        With effect from 16th August to 27th October 2012

                        SQ 7974 SQ 7973 Timetable inside ......... here

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                        • #42
                          Emirates' cargo unit receives three new freighters

                          SkyCargo, the freight division of Emirates Airline, has announced that it has added three new aircraft to significantly boosted its total cargo capacity.
                          The three Boeing 777F freighters, each capable of carrying up to 103 tonnes of cargo, takes SkyCargo's freighter fleet to 10 aircraft and its dedicated freighter network to 12 destinations.
                          A fourth new Boeing 777 freighter will join the fleet in March this year, a statement said.
                          Ram Menen, Emirates divisional senior vice president Cargo, said: "As one of the largest air cargo carriers in the world, we continue to invest in our fleet and expand our route network, enabling us to provide our customers with even greater flexibility, increased frequencies, additional capacity to handle larger cargo volumes and charter flights.
                          "Our dedicated freighter fleet, coupled with our cargo capacity on our passenger fleet of 185 wide-bodied aircraft that flies to 128 destinations in 74 countries, gives us extensive global reach and connectivity to the trade routes of the world."
                          In 2012, Emirates introduced services to Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires, Dublin, Dallas, Lusaka, Harare, Seattle, Ho Chi Minh City, Barcelona, Lisbon, Washington DC, Adelaide, Lyon and Phuket, while Warsaw will join the route network on February 6 and Algiers on March 1.
                          The Boeing 777F aircraft's main cargo deck is the widest of any freighter aircraft at 3.7 metres, which enables it to uplift outsized cargo and carry larger consignments

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                          • #43
                            Dedicated to all Cargo lovers!



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