Etihad Cargo, the freight division of the national carrier Etihad Airways, has expanded its Middle East network to Kuwait by adding an additional freighter and introduced a new twice weekly service into Muscat in Oman.
According to the announcement, the twice weekly A330 freighter service to Kuwait and the new operations on an A330 freighter to Muscat have commenced and are now available to customers.
David Kerr, Vice President of Etihad Cargo, said, “By strengthening our existing connectivity to Kuwait and introducing a new freighter service to Muscat, our frequency in the Middle East has now increased to 11 flights weekly. The Middle East market continues to perform strongly for us and is at the core of our operation. We will also be looking to expand elsewhere around the globe during the year ahead.”
From its hub at Abu Dhabi International Airport, Etihad Cargo offers a number of cargo services linked to its international route network and aircraft fleet. A series of products are available to operators including; ‘Sky Stables’, ‘TempCheck’, ‘Safeguard’ and ‘FastTrack’ which offer dedicated teams involved in the movement of horses, pharmaceuticals, valuables and priority handling.
Over the last year, the cargo division has been expanding into South America, Africa and Asia and with two new freighters being added to the fleet this year; Etihad Cargo also announced plans to enhance capacity and increase frequency in key markets across the scheduled network.
Source: Etihad Cargo
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