MasKargo’s digital development continues with CargoAi partnership

By Damian Brett

MasKargo has continued its digital development with the deployment of its capacity on booking platform CargoAi.

The Malaysia-based carrier will offer its freighter and bellyhold capacity on the portal with a global rollout.

Mark Jason Thomas, Maskargo’s chief commercial officer, said: “We are a dynamic airline with a particularly dense network, especially in Asia with about 50 destinations. CargoAi’s choice is therefore strategic.

“The platform is based in Singapore and has a privileged link with Asia Pacific. This is a considerable advantage for us which makes all the difference. As we expand our digital reach and to complement our current offerings, CargoAi’s specific solutions for the market make them our strategic choice partner.”

Matthieu Petot, chief executive of CargoAim added: “MASkargo is hitting hard with this global rollout and is clearly setting the trend for other airlines in the region.”

The move follows MasKargo’s decision to list its capacity on Cargo.One earlier this year.

 

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