Etihad Cargo expands European capacity
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Etihad Cargo expands European capacity

Etihad Cargo expands European capacity

The carrier will introduce two new routes from its Abu Dhabi hub to Copenhagen in Denmark and Düsseldorf in Germany


Etihad Cargo, the cargo and logistics arm of Etihad Airways, will offer increased capacity to the European market with the introduction of two new routes from its Abu Dhabi hub to Copenhagen in Denmark and Düsseldorf in Germany.

The carrier will also introduce additional services to Frankfurt.

It currently operates seven passenger and four freighter flights per week to Frankfurt.

From May 1, 2023, it will increase weekly flights from 11 to 15 with the introduction of four new services.

With the introduction of four weekly flights from October 1, 2023, the carrier will provide cargo capacity out of Denmark. The reinstatement of three weekly flights to Düsseldorf, in combination with the airline’s widebody passenger and freighter flights to Frankfurt and Munich, will offer additional cargo capacity out of Germany. The flights will be operated via Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft.

“Denmark is home to a number of major international pharmaceutical companies and the country has become an established biotech and pharma hub in Europe. Via Etihad Cargo’s IATA CEIV pharma-certified product, PharmaLife, the carrier will provide the reliable and robust transportation of Denmark’s packaged medicaments to markets around the world,” commented Martin Drew, senior vice president – Global Sales and Cargo at Etihad Airways.

“The relaunch of flights to Düsseldorf and additional flights to Frankfurt will further expand the carrier’s operational footprint in Germany, reinforcing Etihad Cargo’s commitment to the European market and giving customers greater flexibility and options when it comes to transporting their cargo.”

Etihad Cargo – Services to date

The 11 new flights, in combination with the carrier’s existing European services and increased frequencies that will be launched in 2023, will bring the total number of flights to European destinations to 700 per month.

The carrier currently offers four dedicated freighter services from Abu Dhabi to Amsterdam and two weekly freighter flights to Frankfurt, which connect to Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport in the US.

The carrier also provides connectivity to offline destinations in Europe via its road feeder service network.

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