Etihad Cargo adds Singapore to B777F schedule

Etihad Cargo has launched scheduled weekly Boeing 777 freighter flights from its Abu Dhabi hub to Singapore’s Changi International Airport.

The flight will continue to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, before returning to Abu Dhabi.

A spokesperson for the Middle East carrier said that the new service meets customer demand for more freight capacity between Abu Dhabi and Singapore, and “complements the daily widebody passenger flights between the cities”.

In 2018, Etihad Cargo restructured its network and simplified its fleet to five B777Fs, to focus on key trade lanes, and has also increased cargo capacity in core markets including China, India and Vietnam. The addition of Singapore further strengthens the freighter network.

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