Saudia Cargo resumes freighter operations to JFK

Saudi Airlines Cargo will start operating weekly freighter flights between Jeddah and New York’s JFK airport from September 4 “in response to the size of the growing demand for shipping operations”.
The airline’s acting VP Commercial, Rainer Mueller, said: "This step will enhance the activity of air cargo operations to and from the US conducted through the capacities available for both the seven weekly passenger and freighter flights scheduled to Washington DC as well as New York and Los Angeles.”
He added: “With this added route, Saudia Cargo continues to provide its customers the access to greater opportunities in terms of cargo tonnage and future destinations.”

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