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Etihad Cargo, the cargo and logistics arm of Etihad Airways, will present its clients and companions with increased belly keep cargo potential across its global network initiating from June 2024. The provider’s summer agenda will introduce 23 passenger flights to unique destinations and magnify passenger flights to present routes by 77 per week, totalling 100 unique weekly passenger flights.

Standard seasonal destinations in Europe return to the provider’s agenda, and Etihad Cargo will offer extra belly keep cargo potential to Spain, Greece, and France and commence a brand unique path to Turkey. From 2 June, clients can be ready to book cargo potential on three weekly passenger flights to Malaga and two flights per week to Nice. As well to increasing the flights to Athens to 14 per week, two flights to Greece’s capital will characteristic by the employ of Myknos, and two flights will characteristic by the employ of Santorini.


The airline will furthermore commence a brand unique path to Antalya by the employ of three weekly flights as well to to increasing weekly flights to Istanbul from ten to 14 from 22 July. Etihad Cargo’s clients will furthermore bear the good thing about increased cargo potential for Dublin, with three more flights being equipped from 23 July, bringing the total change of flights to the Republic of Ireland’s capital to 10 per week.

Etihad Cargo’s companions and clients can bear salvage admission to to increased belly keep cargo potential in the Center East. As well to three passenger flights to Al-Qassim in Saudi Arabia, a brand unique destination for the provider, the airline will furthermore magnify frequencies to Center Eastern destinations by 32 flights per week. This entails seven extra flights to Amman, bringing the total to 14 per week, seven more flights to Kuwait, bringing the total to twenty-eight per week, two more flights to Bahrain, Beirut and Muscat, five more flights to Doha, and, by mid-July, flights to Cairo can bear increased to twenty-eight per week.

The provider’s India network will develop to consist of four weekly flights to the unique destination, Jaipur. Following the commence of Thiruvananthapuram to the provider’s 2023 wintry weather agenda, weekly flights will magnify from seven to 10 per week in accordance with increased demand. Two unique flights to Ahmedabad will bring the weekly complete to 17, three unique flights to Bengaluru will bring the weekly complete to 17, and flights to Kolkata will magnify by one to eight per week.

Strengthening its commitment to the Asian market, the airline will furthermore commence a brand unique route by the employ of 4 weekly flights to Bali. Extra belly keep potential will furthermore be equipped by the employ of an extra weekly flight to Bangkok, bringing the total to 18; eleven more flights to Colombo, bringing the total to 27; three more flights to Karachi, bringing the total to 17; and 4 more flights to Seoul, bringing the total to 11.

Stanislas Brun, Vice President Cargo at Etihad Cargo, talked about: “With the commence of its summer agenda, Etihad Cargo will direct most important benefits to its companions and clients, thanks to the added belly keep cargo potential and enhanced connectivity to key markets. The enlargement of the airline’s passenger network, in mixture with Etihad Cargo’s traditional and charter freighter products and providers, will considerably magnify cargo potential across Europe, the Center East and Asia. Introducing unique routes and increased frequencies will give a enhance to the connections between Abu Dhabi and major global markets, effectively meeting the increasing demand for cargo potential.”


In March 2024, Etihad Cargo launched a fourth US gateway destination, offering belly keep cargo potential to Boston by the employ of 4 weekly flights. Celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2024, the provider is committed to consistently evaluating its network, increasing frequencies, launching unique destinations and expanding cargo potential to better attend its clients and live the air cargo accomplice of change.

Caitlin DiMare-Oliver