Cargolux chief's big decision: how to replenish an ageing fleet
Cargolux is at a crossroads. It has a big decision to make, and fairly fast. ...
Luxembourg, 10 June 2015 – Cargolux Airlines International S.A. has changed the routing of its flower flights from South America to the Netherlands and flies these services directly to Amsterdam instead of Maastricht. With this move, the airline significantly enhances its service offering and strengthens its commitment to its customers in this product segment. Up to 90% of the capacity on these flights is filled with goods for the Dutch market.
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