Etihad Cargo will offer customers more belly hold capacity across its global network, announcing new routes and increased frequencies from September.
Mohammad Al Bulooki, COO, Etihad Airways, said, “Etihad Cargo’s customers and partners will benefit from additional belly hold capacity and improved connectivity to key markets with the launch of the carrier’s winter schedule.”
The airline will introduce 29 weekly pax flights to new destinations in the winter schedule and increase 90 pax flights on existing routes, resulting in a total of 119 passenger flights per week. It will offer extra cargo capacity to two new European gateways—Copenhagen and Düsseldorf. The airline will also operate four passenger flights per week to Copenhagen. The addition of three weekly passenger flights to Düsseldorf and three more passenger flights to Munich will bring the total number of flights for Germany to 28 per week, including four freighters to Frankfurt. More flights will be increased to Kozhikode, Thiruvananthapuram, Chennai, Kochi, Islamabad, Maldives, Cairo, Phuket, and Colombo.