Emirates SkyCargo resumes A380 bellyhold operations

By Rachelle Harry

Emirates SkyCargo has enhanced its bellyhold operations with the resumption of Airbus A380 passenger services to and from London Heathrow and Paris from July 15.

The move follows the resumption of Emirates’ Boeing B777 300ER flights to and from Manchester and London Heathrow.

In addition, Emirates has announced that it will commence passenger flights (and thereby SkyCargo bellyhold operations) to and from Dhaka (from June 24) and to and from Munich (from July 15) using Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.

On June 26, Emirates announced that it is offering bellyhold operations through its passenger services to: Khartoum (from July 3), Amman (from July 5), Osaka (from July 7), Narita (from July 8), Athens (from July 15), Larnaca (from July 15) and Rome (July 15).

Emirates SkyCargo’s bellyhold network currently serves 48 cities between its flagship Dubai hub and Asia Pacific, the Gulf, Europe and the Americas.

Air Cargo News also recently reported that Qatar Airways Cargo enhanced its bellyhold operations with the resumption of passenger services to numerous destinations, as the aviation sector takes steps towards recovering from disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

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