MST - Emirates Skycargo

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CharlieHotel
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Re: MST - Emirates Skycargo

Post by CharlieHotel » 07 Dec 2018, 09:52

27L wrote:
07 Dec 2018, 09:46
Cargolouk wrote:
07 Dec 2018, 08:01
CharlieHotel wrote:
07 Dec 2018, 07:13

All the flights with origin NBO and BOG.
also after 1jan 2019?
flowers are light in weight ... no?
relatively light yes, however it's mainly inbound flowers to the auction in Aalsmeer.
So these flights should not be affected by the runway length.
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mstbun
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Re: MST - Emirates Skycargo

Post by mstbun » 08 Jan 2019, 20:39

Acc: flightschedule Emirates Skycargo
Schedule visible till 31-03-2020

EK9744 MST-LUX-DWC Monday B777
EK9368 MEX-LAX-MST-DWC Tuesday B777
EK9988 ORD-MST-DWC Tuesday B747
EK9770 MST-OSL-DWC Tuesday B777
EK9746 MST-DWC Wednesday B777
EK9980 MST-MAD-DWC Tuesday B777
EK9930 DWC-FRA-MEX-BOG-BQN-MST-DWC Tuesday B777
EK9962 ORD-MST-DWC Tuesday B747
EK9754 MST-CPH-DWC Friday B777
EK9964 ORD-MST-DWC Friday B777
EK9748 MST-FRA-DWC Saturday B777
EK9969 MST-BCN-DWC Sunday B777

It will be 12 flights.
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Re: MST - Emirates Skycargo

Post by mstbun » 11 Jan 2019, 23:29

Kind regards
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Re: MST - Emirates Skycargo

Post by mstbun » 12 Feb 2019, 22:12

Kind regards
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Re: MST - Emirates Skycargo

Post by Multiverse » 12 Feb 2019, 23:19

Translation of artical above:

The Colombian cargo airline Avianca Cargo reported today that, between January 20 and February 6, it mobilized around 11,688 tons of flowers for the celebration of Valentine's Day, which takes place on February 14. This figure grew 5% compared to the total transported last year.

"In response to the needs of the floriculture sector for this season, we focus our efforts on offering additional capacity and thus support the growth of flower exports from Colombia and Ecuador," Avianca Cargo CEO Kurt Schosinsky was quoted as saying in a statement. from his office.

In total, the airline made a total of 162 cargo flights from Bogota, Medellin and Quito. Its capacity, between 40 and 100 tons per flight, was used mainly in flowers such as roses, carnations and bouquets in the Bogotá case. In the case of Medellín, pompoms, hydrangeas and chrysanthemums were exported, while roses and gypsos were mobilized from Quito.

According to these conditions and the itinerary of the season, the company operated 14 charter flights to the cities of Miami and Los Angeles in the United States, in addition to San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico.

On the other hand, more than 600 tons of perishables were also mobilized to cities such as Amsterdam, Brussels and Maastricht, through the company's most recent commercial alliance with Emirates SkyCargo.

"It was a successful season, where we showed a good level of growth in our indicators, but more importantly, we offered our clients a professional and reliable service," added Schosinsky.

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