Lufthansa Cargo’s fourth B777F arrives

THE B777 freighter had helped make Lufthansa Cargo more punctual and provide higher quality services, says Dr Karl-Rudolf Rupprecht, director of operations.
The modern cargo jet reliably carries up to 103 tonnes over more than 9,000 km.
The fourth of an order of five, christened ‘Olá Brazil’ – emphasising the high number of freighter flights the carrier now operates to the South American country – has arrived at Frankfurt.
“We are delighted with the superb reliability and efficiency of it,” enthuses Rupprecht.
“The B777F fleet is a world champion when it comes to punctuality and has been a significant factor in quality enhancements achieved for our customers in recent months,” he adds.
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