Saudi adds Paris freighter

Saudi Airlines Cargo will operate a new dedicated freighter service to Paris Charles de Gaulle from 22 May. The B747-400 freighter flights will operate twice a week and will supplement the existing 12 weekly passenger flights.
Commercial vice-president, Rainer Mueller (pictured), said: “We are committed to the French market which has seen a strong development for Saudi Airlines Cargo over the past years. Adding Paris as a freighter station to our network on top of our 12 weekly passenger flights will offer a lot of opportunities to the French forwarding industry as well as exporters in other countries who are looking for a direct freighter product.” 

Share this story

Related Topics

Latest airlines news

VIDEO: Schiphol’s van Hemert on challenging market conditions

By Damian Brett

The Air Cargo News video team caught up with Anne Marie van Hemert, head of aviation business development, Schiphol Airport,…

Read More

Share this story

Emirates SkyCargo and United Cargo sign cargo interline and block space MoU

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Emirates SkyCargo and United Cargo have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to work closely on issues including expanding cargo…

Read More

Share this story

Air Canada Cargo launches B767 freighters from St. John’s to Europe

Air Canada Cargo is launching a five times a week B767 freighter service from St. John’s (YYT) to Frankfurt and Madrid. Effective…

Read More

Share this story