AirBridge Cargo started a new round-the-world cargo service at the beginning of April, using one of its six 747Fs. AirlineRoute reports the twice-weekly service begins at Moscow-Sheremetyevo Airport, the second-largest airport in Russia, and flies to Shanghai Pudong, Anchorage Ted Stevens International Airport, Los Angeles International Airport, Chicago O’Hare and Amsterdam-Schiphol, before returning to Moscow.
“Our route network development is based upon a quick reaction to changing customer demand,” said Denis Ilin, ABC’s executive president. “Adding more capacity at the beginning of 2015 allowed us to maintain, and even improve, our leading positions in our core markets in Europe, the U.S. and Asia.”
The Volga-Dnepr subsidiary operates a fleet of eight 747Fs, serving destinations throughout Russia, Western Europe, the U.S. and the Far East.
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