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Etihad Cargo receives 10th freight aircraft

15 March 2017 | Dubai
 

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Etihad Cargo has taken possession of its 10th freight aircraft, an Airbus A330F.

The group which launched 10 new freight routes in the past 12 months, during which it carried 602,000 tonnes of cargo now fields five Airbuses and five Boeing 777 freight aircraft.

Etihad Aviation Group President and CEO James Hogan, speaking at the IATA World Cargo Symposium (WCS) at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre, said, “Etihad Cargo is a USD1 billion business, which makes it one of the world’s most successful air cargo operations.”

Etihad Cargo was well positioned to maximise opportunities in 2017 thanks largely to the company’s investment in partnerships, he said.

   
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