Saudia Cargo hopes to capitalise on new India passenger flight

Saudi Airlines Cargo is offering 60 tons of cargo capacity per week to Calicut International Airport (CCJ) in the Indian state of Kerala following the launch of daily passenger flights to the hub.

Saudia Cargo chief executive Omar Hariri said the cargo business is doing its best to support  the agricultural products and general cargo of Kerala region, exploring every way possible to increase  exports from the neighboring cities of Calicut.

The flights are being operated by a Saudi Arabian Airlines Airbus A330, four flights from King Abdulaziz International Airport (KAIA) and the other three operating from King Khalid International Airport (KKIA).

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