Etihad Cargo has been in operation since 2004 and has been one of the great sectors of income for the Etihad group.

 

Etihad Cargo is the logistics sector of the Etihad Airways and is one of the best in the business. It was started in 2004 and has become the leading air cargo carrier company in the world. It delivers to the needs of the customers and offers variety to the customers with its delivery service being one of the best in the world and they deliver in over five continents of the world. Etihad Airways has now announced that it is set to expand the Cargo sector even more. Etihad Cargo is now looking to expand and reach an even wider audience as they look to spread the services across Asia, Africa and Europe this summer.From July, Etihad Cargo will continue to operate its Boeing 777 freighter network with flights across Chicago, Dhaka, Frankfurt, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong, Johannesburg, Kenya, Milan, Riyadh, Saigon, and Shanghai.

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Through this expansion, people will now be able to get their packages at their preffered destination with a quality service

Along with the announcement of Etihad Cargo being available to more destinations, it was also revealed that Etihad will now give its customers more choices by having daily flights to Dublin, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. In this expansion, they would also be looking at weekly flights to Brussels, Dublin, Madrid, Tokyo, Johannesburg and Vienna. More passenger flights will also be offered from mid-June, with seasonal routes to Greece, France, Spain, and Tanzania being introduced to the network. 

The Etihad Cargo will also benefit from the additional passenger flights on its Boeing 787 and AirBus 350 with 35 direct flights to London Heathrow, seven direct flights to Bangkok, and five flights to Bangkok via Phuket. This announcement by Etihad is a huge positive for both the company as well as the customers who would be using the services of the company. Since they would be starting this service from July itself, they need to make sure that everything is in place at the new destinations. 

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