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  • Virgin Atlantic Cargo will launch Manchester-Delhi Cargo route from October

    Some £20 billion worth of trade is moved between the UK and India each year and Virgin Atlantic Cargo’s new trade route between Manchester and Delhi is sure to capture a big share of this value. These additions are part of Virgin’s “growing commitment to the Indian market,” says the airline. From 26October, the airline The post Virgin Atlantic Cargo will launch Manchester-Delhi Cargo route from October appeared first on AIR CARGO WEEK.

  • ANA Holdings will add 20 Boeing 787 Dreamliner Jets to their fleet

    Japanese airline group ANA Holdings has announced they will acquire up to 20 more 787 Dreamliner airplanes. Valued at over $5 billion, the agreement with Boeing includes eleven 787-10s, one 787-9 and options for five 787-9s. There are also plans to acquire three new 787-9 planes from Atlantis Aviation Corporation. “Boeing’s 787s have served ANA The post ANA Holdings will add 20 Boeing 787 Dreamliner Jets to their fleet appeared first on AIR CARGO WEEK.

  • Turkish Cargo continued its steady growth in 2019

    Turkish Cargo has seen impressive growth in 2019, according to international air cargo information provider WACD’s December data. The airline achieved a tonnage increase of 7.1%, despite the global air cargo market shrinking by 4.4%. Impressively, Turkish Cargo has the largest growth rate among the top 10 airlines and has risen to 7thplace in the The post Turkish Cargo continued its steady growth in 2019 appeared first on AIR CARGO WEEK.

  • Thai Smile Airways joins Star Alliance

    Star Alliance have welcomed Thai Smile Airways as a Star Alliance Connecting Partner at an official ceremony in Bangkok. Thai Smile, the second connecting partner of Star Alliance, offers more than 396 weekly flights to 32 destinations in nine countries and regions. Star Alliance CEO Jeffrey Goh, said: “Our Connecting Partner model was introduced three The post Thai Smile Airways joins Star Alliance appeared first on AIR CARGO WEEK.

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