Emirates SkyCargo Increases Capacity With New Cargo Plane

Emirates SkyCargo Increases Capacity With New Cargo Aircraft
Emirates SkyCargo Increases Capacity With New Cargo Plane

Emirates SkyCargo, the leader in the global air transport industry, took delivery of a new Boeing 777F last weekend. With this latest delivery, the number of aircraft in the airline's special fleet of 777 model cargo aircraft has increased to 11.

Taking off from Paine Field airport in Seattle, the A6-EFT Boeing 777F landed at Dubai World Central on Saturday morning with a full load of electronics, consumer goods and general cargo after receiving its first load from Hong Kong.

Nabil Sultan, Senior Vice President of SkyCargo, Emirates SkyCargo, said in a statement: “Our newest cargo aircraft will increase the capacity of our fast-paced flights to serve our customers throughout the pandemic and keep global supply chains mobile. We plan to take delivery of a second 777F in June. In 2023, we will launch a program to convert four 777 model passenger aircraft into cargo aircraft, and all converted aircraft will be delivered again by the end of 2024.”

“These investments reflect our commitment to serving our customers in the best possible way, as well as ensuring the mobility of vital goods and the flow of trade through Dubai. At Emirates SkyCargo, we will continue our journey as one of the largest and best air carriers in the world by investing in our fleet, global network, technology and world-class logistics infrastructure in our headquarters in Dubai.”

Emirates SkyCargo currently operates scheduled cargo flights to 11 destinations. The airline also offers under-flight capacity to shippers in its fleet of more than 130 wide-body Boeing 200 and Airbus A777 aircraft, which fly to more than 380 destinations on six continents. Last year, Emirates SkyCargo carried 2,1 million tons of cargo.

Emirates SkyCargo offers a portfolio of solutions designed for the unique requirements of its diverse customers. Perishable cargo such as foodstuffs and flowers; certified cold-chain infrastructure for pharmaceutical products; Whether it is valuables and technology products, cars and industrial goods, champion horses and pets, postal and courier cargo or general cargo, Emirates SkyCargo has the experience, competence and tailored solutions to meet the needs of shippers.

Emirates SkyCargo is the launch customer of the Boeing 777-F, and the aircraft has been at the center of the airline's operations since 2009. The aircraft's range and payload enable time- and temperature-sensitive shipments to be transported quickly and efficiently from the departure point to the destination.

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