New routes update

ROYAL Jordanian has started flying again between Amman, Jordan and Brussels, Belgium. The service will use an Airbus A319 twice weekly, on Saturdays and Wednesdays.

AEROFLOT Cargo is now flying between Frankfurt Hahn, Germany and St. Petersburg, Russia using an MD-11F.

LUFTHANSA has launched a direct daily service between Dusseldorf, Germany and St Petersburg, Russia using a Bombardier CRJ700 to carry small express shipments.

BRITISH Airways World Cargo has increased its Chicago service to include another 747-400F, also once a week flying London Standsted-Frankfurt-Chicago-Atlanta

CHINA Cargo Airlines is to start flying either a 747F or an MD-11F out of Tianjin, China eight times a week to Shanghai via Copenhagen, Luxembourg and Paris.

SINGAPORE Airlines Cargo has started a new weekly freighter service to Dhaka, Bangladesh. The service will be part of the Singapore-Dhaka-Sharjah-Brussels run and will leave every Friday.

AIR Malta has increased the frequency of its flights between Malta and Zurich, Switzerland to twice weekly.

LUFTHANSA Cargo is the first airline to start a full-freighter service to Hyderabad, India. The service will fly from Frankfurt once a week.

BANGKOK Airways and Malaysia Airlines have both suspended their daily Macao service. Bangkok Airways may resume its service later in the year.

AEROFLOT will restart services to Vilnius, Lithuania from Moscow, Russia three times a week starting 30 May.

LUFTHANSA Cargo has started a direct service from Frankfurt, Germany to Hanoi, Vietnam using an MD-11F will operate once a week.

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