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Etihad Cargo, the cargo and logistics arm of Etihad Airways, has strengthened its dedication to the US market. The carrier will provide incremental capacity beyond its abdomen defend capacity in cooperation with community companion airways to meet the growing quiz for air freight to the US.

Etihad Cargo for the time being provides 550 tonnes of wide-body capacity to North The usa. The carrier provides 445 tonnes ex US by capacity of 30 flights per week through four main gateways: Fresh York, Chicago, Washington, and Boston. Etihad Cargo furthermore provides 105 tonnes ex Canada by capacity of each day flights to Toronto.


To address the elevated quiz for air freight between the East and the West, Etihad Cargo, in partnership with community airways, will introduce an incremental 250 tonnes of capacity per week for North American locations, at the side of Fresh York, Chicago, Washington, Boston, and Toronto, with connections by capacity of European gateways similar to Lisbon, Barcelona, Madrid, and Rome. The flights will characteristic in adherence to Etihad Cargo’s devoted Traditional Working Procedures (SOP), guaranteeing seamless connectivity for partners and customers.

Stanislas Brun, Vice President Cargo at Etihad Cargo, commented, “Alongside with depth to the carrier’s US community and introducing incremental capacity for the North American market demonstrates the importance of this market and Etihad Cargo’s dedication to meeting customers’ needs and supporting global change. Etihad Cargo recognises the significant role that air freight plays in connecting economies and is devoted to providing seamless and reliable companies to remain the air cargo companion of replacement.”

This enlargement is segment of Etihad Cargo’s broader system to toughen its global community and provide complete air cargo solutions to its customers. By repeatedly adding capacity and participating with strategic partners, Etihad Cargo is successfully-positioned to toughen the evolving requires of worldwide change.