Emirates SkyCargo will be working planned payload trips to 100 destinations across six continents during the period of July 2020.
A portion of the new cities added to the air cargo carrier’s network includes Accra, Algiers, Athens, Fort Lauderdale, Glasgow, Larnaca, Los Angeles, Male, Moscow (SVO), Phnom Penh, Rome, Santiago, Sialkot and Tunis.
Emirates SkyCargo’s network extension is because of the growing economic activity and interest for air cargo limit from business sectors over the world alongside Emirates’ expanded traveler flight tasks.
By offering numerous day by day or week by week payload flight frequencies to significant productions and comsumer showcases, the carrier is encouraging supplies of products required for combatting the current pandemic just as machinery and equipment required for assembling and a few key monetary parts across worldwide trade paths.
Notwithstanding booked services, Emirates SkyCargo additionally operates various unique contract flights each week to move a scope of products from Personal Protective Supplies (PPE) and pharmaceuticals to food and outsized machinery and components.
The cargo division of Emirates offers an imaginative scope of freight limit alternatives for organizations and exporters on its cutting edge, wide-body airplane armada.
Notwithstanding stacking of cargo in the midsection hold, Emirates SkyCargo has presented stacking of select cargo on the front seats and in the overhead receptacles of the traveler lodge of its Boeing 777-300ER airplane.
As of late, the carrier also adjusted 10 Boeing 777-300ER airplane from its armada by expelling seats from the Economy Class in the traveler lodge to prepare for extra freight. Emirates SkyCargo also works 11 Boeing 777 F full vessels as of now conveyed to more than 30 destinations consistently.
Emirates SkyCargo places a solid accentuation on the safety of operations. Working with its partners, including ground handlers, the carrier has presented various exacting rules on lodge stacking of cargo covering the sort of allowed freight just as appropriate packaging and handling in accordance with IATA rules.