Starlight Airlines expands with new base

CARGO operator Starlight Airlines continues its expansion with a new base in Mumbai (India).
The company, which mainly operates in Afghanistan and Iraq, reveals it opened the new office in the western city “so it can serve its Indian client base much better”.
In February, Starlight entered into a joint venture with Emirates SkyCargo to run a 777F twice-weekly service between its hub in Sharjah (UAE) and the city of Erbil, situated in northeastern Iraq.
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