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AirBridgeCargo Airlines (ABC) is introducing a new regular Houston- Abu Dhabi freight service to expand its international network, with effect from today, May 23.
ABC’s new flight will operate on a weekly basis departing Houston on Monday evenings via Chicago and Luxembourg to Abu Dhabi, returning to Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport. It provides the airline’s USA customers with a regular service from the southern states of the USA to Europe, the UAE and to Moscow, and further connectivity options throughout the airline’s network. From Luxembourg, ABC offers an extensive range of trucking services to cover continental Europe, while from Abu Dhabi trucking services will offer connections to both Dubai DXB and DWC airports.
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