Airlines that adapt quickly will survive likely freight pain in H2
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Lufthansa Cargo seems to have cheered up a little – there is a little more optimism than in recent weeks. CargoForwarder attended a German Air Cargo Club meeting and found a more sanguine Alexis von Hoensbroech, head of product and sales. Most interesting, perhaps, was his statement that the carrier intended to operate an all-777 freighter fleet, perhaps meaning that the carrier will covert at least some of its five 777F options into orders. The carrier couldn’t resist a pop at Air France-KLM: “In contrast to some competitors, we will remain being a main deck capacity provider.” He added: “We want to become an airline that’s easy to deal with.”
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