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. ...
The latest news out of Cargolux doesn’t relate to its controversial Chinese deal, nor its internal politics. Instead, yesterday it ordered a new 747-8F, a promising decision which could herald better tidings for the industry – and, we hope, for the carrier. Here Cargo Facts analyses the move.
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