Emirates adds cargo capacity on Boston route

FROM August, Emirates Airlines will add more cargo capacity to its newly-launched Boston service by replacing the B777-200LR currently operating on the route with a B777-300ER.
The largest city of the state of Massachusetts is the airline’s eighth US destination and the 142th of its global network linking trading destinations across six continents. 
“We have seen steady growth on our Boston route since its launch three months ago. In response we introducing the larger Emirates B777-300ER to New England,” says Hubert Frach, Emirates’ divisional senior-vice president, commercial operations West. 
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