Ethiopian Cargo adds Brussels B777F quartet

Ethiopian Cargo has returned to Brussels airport with four B777 freighters per week to Addis Ababa.
The freighters will provide onward connections out of Africa, direct to Dubai, Shanghai  and Hong Kong.
The flights will carry mainly flowers, while exports will be general freight. Kuehne & Nagel and DHL Starbroker have actively contributed to bringing the Ethiopian carrier to the European hub, said the Brussels airport authority.
It said: “This is an illustration of the importance of logistics service providers and forwarders for the development of freight activities.”

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