Saudia Cargo expands Europe, US and Africa freighter operations

Saudia Cargo has added extra freighter flights to services calling in Europe, the US and Africa.

The Middle Eastern carrier said that its Jeddah-Liege-New York JFK Boeing 747-400F service would increase to two flights per week.

Meanwhile, its Nairobi-Europe service will be increased by four weekly flights to 11 per week. These flights are operated by a mix of B747Fs and B777Fs.

In addition, the airline has added an extra flight from its Jeddah hub to Khatoum on a B777F platform.

The carrier said it had also added extra passenger flights to cover the high season.

Saudia Cargo said the move comes as it looks to enhance its global presence.

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