CEIBA

CEIBA Cargo, the national airline of Equatorial Guinea, has appointed ECS Aero Cargo as its general sales agent in France.

The airline operates a weekly Airbus A300 freighter service every Sunday from Vatry in France to Malabo, located on the northern coast of Bioko Island. CEIBA offers some 35-40 tons of cargo capacity per week for export traffic from France.

Adrien Thominet, director of ECS Aero Cargo, said: “Equatorial Guinea is a new market in our growing African network. Representing airlines serving Africa is one of the fast growing areas of ECS’s business and freight forwarders across Europe now recognise us as a leading provider of cargo capacity to the region. We will be working with CEIBA Cargo to increase its volumes from France and this will lead to the addition to a second weekly A300F flight from Vatry in due course.”

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