Qatar Airways Cargo expands operations in Scandinavia
Qatar Airways Cargo expands operations in Scandinavia. The airline is expanding its operations by increasing its flights to Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm. Qatar Airways Cargo has been operating close to 175 flights daily. The airline is transporting cargo using its freighter as well as passenger aircraft.
Qatar Airways Cargo is expanding its operation from Scandinavia by introducing addition flights to transport cargo for local exports. The airline is increasing capacity from Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm.
Qatar Airways Cargo currently operates three weekly cargo operating passenger flight. The airline is now introducing 5xA350 freight only aircraft in addition to the currently operated flights thus bringing the overall capacity to 500 tons being flown each way.
This has helped exporters in Denmark to ship their cargo to Kuala Lumpur, Sydney , Seoul and Johannesburg. Temperature sensitive cargo such as insulin and perishables as well as mail and other general cargo are the main exports from Denmark.
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Qatar Airways Cargo operates six weekly freighter flights and three freighter only passenger flights currently. The airline is set to add two additional frequencies of B777 and A330 to its existing network.
The carrier has also announced it will operate the B747-8 every Thursday in May to support demand for import and export.
Qatar Airways Cargo had operated a B777 aircraft last week from Stockholm with 103 tons of freight consisting of automotive cargo and medical supplies as well as general cargo destined for China, Japan and Australia.
“Solidarity and support are paramount during such times and we are proud to support the Scandinavian countries with additional cargo capacity to meet the high demand for exports. The entire team at Qatar Airways Cargo is working hard in ensuring continuity of global trade. Although this global crisis may seem insurmountable, we mustnever forget we are all in this together and we will emerge stronger.”Guillaume Halleux, Chief Officer Cargo said in a statement
Qatar Airways Cargo has announced it will add more freighter flights to Sweden to support the Scandinavian business. The airline is also bringing in imports such as COVID-19 medical goods, flowers, garments and machinery.
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