Africa’s air cargo market proving a moveable feast for some carriers

December 4, 2018 Alex Lennane

Senator International’s expansion veered south this month, after having established a dedicated freighter service from Hahn in Germany to Greenville-Spartanburg, and on to Mexico two years ago.
The forwarder has now launched a freighter operation to South Africa, a 747 freighter twice a week from Hahn to Johannesburg, prompted by strong demand in the region.
Ethiopian Airlines is also upbeat on demand for lift in and out of Africa and this month took ...

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