Opportunities for diverse cargo keep knocking at National
It has been a busy period for charter and on-demand cargo lately at US-based National ...
MASkargo is to remain a maindeck player, but is seeking additional freighter capacity from partners. Talking to Payload Asia at the recent ACI event in Mumbai, the CEO of MASkargo said the carrier would keep four A330-200Fs, for its intra-Asian focus. For other maindeck capacity, the carrier was eyeing partnerships – most likely with Emirates. For a more general article on the airline, which two years ago this week tragically lost Flight 370, and which has been trying to restructure under what appears to be the capable hands of Christoph Mueller, read here.
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