ABC early extension for Frankfurt handling contact

AirBridgeCargo Airlines (ABC) has given an early extension to its cargo handling contract with Frankfurt’s Fraport Cargo Services (FCS).
The decision by the Russian cargo carrier, which began its partnership with the handler in August 2008, is “well in advance” of the date required, said FCS.
FCS managing director Diana Schöneich said: “We consider this decision as a clear proof of confidence in our company, since AirBridgeCargo is an airline with high standards of security, quality, and service. We will continue to do our utmost to meet the expectations of our largest customer also in the future.”
In the winter schedule 2014/15, ABC has increased frequencies to/from Frankfurt from 14 to 17 flights per week.
Via its hub in Moscow, the carrier offers convenient onward connections to other major cargo gateways in Asia and the US.
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