Niche charters the key to post-pandemic growth for Magma Aviation
Magma Aviation CEO Conor Brannigan has seen considerable change in the market since last summer, ...
Jeddah, February 25th 2016
Saudia Cargo operates five extra freighter flights from Nairobi to Amsterdam in the month of February, being the traditional peak window for Kenyan fresh-cut flowers into Europe.
These extra frequencies on B747F were supplemented the carrier’s existing daily scheduled utilizing the same. The extra flights culminated in a strong overall increase of tonnage capacity.
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