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.” 

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