Emirates SkyCargo moves into central Europe

Emirates SkyCargo is expanding its business into central Europe with the appointment of three new cargo sales agencies (CSA) in Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria. The CSAs will sell cargo capacity on the carrier’s freighters and in the bellyhold of its 114-strong fleet of wide-bodied passenger aircraft.

The company mainly carries machinery and spares for the construction industry from central Europe to the Middle East and Australia, and textiles and clothing back from Asia.

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