EL AL adds capacity to online portal WebCargo

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Israeli airline EL AL will place its cargo capacity on booking portal WebCargo.

EL AL Cargo will be rolling out on WebCargo across its network covering the US, Europe, and Asia.

“Digital adoption has always been a top priority for EL AL, and as air cargo demand continues to rise, providing our customers with instant and accurate information is essential,” said Ronen Spira, head of EL AL Cargo division.

“Through our engagement with WebCargo, we look forward to providing our customers with comprehensive digitalsolutions and widening our digital offerings for freight forwarders across the globe.”

The carrier offers services to 35 destinations on its fleet of 45 Boeing aircraft, including a B747 freighter operating between Tel Aviv, Liege and New York.

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