AirBridgeCargo to offer booking through CargoAi

By Damian Brett

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AirBridgeCargo has continued with the rollout of its capacity on digital booking platforms through a new partnership with CargoAi.

The all-cargo carrier said that it would make its ” entire worldwide capacity offer available” on the platform.

The move will allow forwarders to view prices and make bookings online to the more than 30 destinations that are served by the airline’s 18 B777 and B747 freighters.

Alexey Zotov, sales director of AirBridgeCargo Airlines, said: “This commercial partnership with CargoAi is another step in the digital development of ABC, since air cargo digital solutions platforms will undoubtedly shape part of the future of our industry.

“The CargoAi platform will enable our teams to focus on missions which require a high level of human expertise and so improve the quality of our services, and also develop new ones.”

Matthieu Petot, chief executive of CargoAi, added: “Providing know-how and added value to customers is a priority for ABC and we help them to do this by freeing up their time and improving their performance.”

The airline also lists its capacity on cargo.one and Webcargo.

 

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