Air Canada Cargo has an extensive network, operating out of multiple gateways in the UK via the Key Hubs across Canada. They have significant strength to Canada, North and South America
Ethiopian Airlines is one of Africa’s largest airlines. It serves a network of 62 international destinations, as well as 16 domestic ones. As one of the fastest growing airlines in the industry, it was awarded the African Cargo Airline of the Year in 2011.
Established in 1923, Finnair is one of the world’s oldest operating airlines and a regular award winner. Offering flights to an extensive network of regions. Finnair has recently opened a freighter hub in Brussels, from where they operate cargo only aircraft into Helsinki, Mumbai and Hong Kong.
TAAG Angola Airlines is the national carrier of Angola. It operates domestic services within Angola, medium-haul services across Africa and long-haul services to destinations such as Brazil, Cuba and China. TAAG’s network is also complemented by weekly freighter services between Brussels and Luanda.
The United Cargo network now offers its customers over 1000 destinations across 170 countries served by more than 700 aircraft.
SriLankan Cargo currently operates with 21 aircraft and is the cargo arm of SriLankan Airways, the National Carrier of Sri Lanka. Since its inception in 1979, SriLankan Cargo has grown to serve a global network of 60 destinations.
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