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AirBridgeCargo develops service in Africa

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As of February, 14 AirBridgeCargo Airlines start new services to Africa using twice-weekly Boeing 747 freighter services.

The flights will be operated every Thursday and Sunday by ABC’s partner airline CargoLogicAir (CLA). The routing will start ex Stansted (STN) via Frankfurt (FRA) to Libreville (LBV) and to Johannesburg (JNB) with further routing to Nairobi (NBO), from where it is returning to Stansted.

These new destinations will provide ABC’s customers with even greater choice of delivery options while guaranteeing high level of service quality of ABC product. The proposed schedule allows for smooth connections with the existing network of ABC at its regional European gateway in Frankfurt-Maine, opening the entire African continent to the ABC clients in North America, Far East and South-East_Asia.

“Introduction of services to Africa is a big step for our company. For the last couple of years AirBridgeCargo has reached the ‘high-water mark’ of its organic growth model with focus on its fleet, network expansion and quality for the benefits of our customers.  We continue our development by moving towards by expanding to other parts of the world, including by means of partnership with other airlines. New points of destination and origin ex Africa will provide our customers  with direct  service via ABC’s stations in Europe, Asia and the US.” “We are also delighted to use services of our partner CargoLogicAir to create these new opportunities for our clients” – – said Robert van de Weg, Senior Vice-President for Sales&Marketing of AirBridgeCargo Airlines.

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