Vietnamese air cargo carrier delays launch plans after rapid market decline
As ex-Vietnam airfreight demand dwindles, freighter airlines are cutting capacity from the country with rates ...
Luxembourg, 1 December – Responding to shippers’ demand for additional air freight space, Cargolux will expand its cargo services to Vietnam with the introduction of a second weekly flight to Ho Chi Minh City and a fourth frequency to Hanoi. The new flight is scheduled to start on 2 December and operates every Tuesday, leaving Luxembourg at 05.05 with arrival in Ho Chi Minh City at 19.20 and Hanoi at 22.55 (all times GMT). The return flight arrives back in Luxembourg at 14.05 on Wednesday.
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