MASkargo adds Bangalore A330 freighter link

Malaysia’s MASkargo has launched a weekly A330-200 freighter flight to Bangalore, India.
It will fly into Bengaluru International Airport from Kuala Lumpur every Friday, offering a total capacity of 60 tonnes.
Ahmad Luqman Mohd Azmi, acting chief executive of MASkargo, said: “There is a huge potential for MASkargo to grow in India. We are meeting the market demand to connect Kuala Lumpur and Bangalore for the export of electronic spare parts and the import of pharmaceutical products and garments to Malaysia and beyond."
He added: “MASkargo is committed to play its part as the preferred air cargo carrier to meet the requirements of a rapidly growing market such as Bangalore. The presence of international manufacturing companies and the country’s potential in air transportation has stimulated demand for fast and reliable air cargo movement, which is precisely what MASkargo offers to its customers."
Additionally, MASkargo operates twice weekly freighter services into Chennai International Airport. 

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