This new service between Hyderabad and Ethiopia opens up a new opportunities to reach out to the markets in Africa and beyond leveraging the robust cargo network of the Ethiopian Airlines.
With major boast to the export in the time of ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown the Ethiopian Airlines on Sunday commenced the cargo flight between Addis Ababa and Hyderabad. The flight connects Hyderabad’s Rajiv Gandhi International Airport to African markets. This service on passenger planes will also boost the revenue of the country and new opportunities to reach out to the markets outside the country.
The airlines from Addis Ababa landed at GMR-led airport on Sunday night at 8.16 p.m. and departed to the Ethiopian capital three hours later. This new service between Hyderabad and Ethiopia opens up a new opportunities to reach out to the markets in Africa and beyond leveraging the robust cargo network of the Ethiopian Airlines.
As per the data the airline is expected to be operating one frequency per week.
Ethiopian Airlines will be operating Boeing 777-300 aircraft with a capacity of 50 MT per flight.
GMR Hyderabad International Airport is now handling 12 freighters weekly along with some special cargo charters, which are connecting Hyderabad to all major international destinations in the United States, Europe, Middle East, Africa and the Far East.
Hyderabad International Airport schedule:
The key scheduled freighters operating from Hyderabad International Airport include Cathay Cargo, Turkish Cargo, Qatar Cargo, Lufthansa Cargo, SpiceXpress Cargo (domestic and international) and BlueDart Cargo.
Source: Zee Business