Saudia Cargo adds three freighters

SAUDIA Cargo will add three 747s on its scheduled services and create more capacity for the charter market.
The carrier will increase weekly freighter frequencies to four to Addis Ababa (Ethiopia), five to Amsterdam (the Netherlands), 14 to Brussels (Belgium), six to Hong Kong (China), five to Johannesburg (South Africa), four to Khartoum (Sudan) and three to Sharjah (UAE).
The city of Ndjamena (Chad) will be added to the growing network as a new destination.
With the arrival of an additional 747-400F the fleet will grow to 10 freighters and increase the frequencies on the scheduled services. In July the carrier will add an additional 747 to create availability for the ad hoc charter market.

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