Saudia Cargo resumes freighter flights to Guangzhou and Mumbai

Saudi Airlines Cargo has resumed freighter flights to Guangzhou in China and Mumbai in India with weekly services, in addition to its current five times a week flights to Dhaka and seven times a week flight schedule to Hong Kong.

Saudia Cargo chief executive Omar Hariri said: “This operation reflects the company’s policy aiming to enhance and increase trade activities between the kingdom and both countries.”

Hariri added: “Saudia Cargo will mobilize its logistical capabilities to and from both destinations, adding an extra weekly freighter flight to Guangzhou operated by a Boeing 777F aircraft and another to Mumbai, operated by a Boeing 747-400F, offering an estimated 100 tons of capacity to each destination in addition to the belly-capacity on board Saudia passenger flights.”

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