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Airbridge to Lebanon

Emirates SkyCargo is operating a freighter airbridge to Lebanon in the wake of the Port of Beirut explosions with over 50 dedicated flights. Emirates has been serving Lebanon since 1991 with a currently regular service of two daily 777 flights to Beirut, with plans to add further frequencies. It is also urging people to donate cash or pledge their Skywards Miles to help coordinate shipments of urgent food, medical supplies and other much needed ... [+]

Cygnet flies to Cyprus

Emirates SkyCargo has flown an Aston Martin Cygnet from Glasgow to Cyprus via Dubai on its regular 777 passenger service in only 48 hours. Shipper Michael Howard-Johnston of CyprusCars.eu said: "I am grateful to Emirates SkyCargo because without them, this shipment could not have been delivered on time. Emirates promised ... [+]

Emirates to add Philippines flights

Emirates SkyCargo is to launch daily non-stop flights from Dubai to Clark International Airport from 1 October, its second destination in the Philippines after Manila. Clark International Airport is in Central Luzon, 50 miles to the north of Manila and is one of the country’s premium economic zones, including the ... [+]

Emirates first with FWB

Emirates SkyCargo says it has become the first carrier to implement Electronic-Air Waybill (e-AWB) shipments under the industry’s recently ratified multilateral e-AWB standard. Since 2011, the Middle Eastern carrier has signed over 120 bilateral e-AWB agreements with its customers to ensure a smooth transition from paper to electronic to the ... [+]

Cool new partner for Emirates

Emirates SkyCargo has appointed Csafe to provide its mobile refrigeration units on the carrier's Cool Chain Premium Service. The contract will provide units for SkyCargo’s important Dublin to Australia route, through Dubai. Upon completion of a successful test period, SkyCargo will analyse additional lanes for opportunities to further expand the ... [+]

Emirates and Qantas sign interline deal

Emirates SkyCargo and Qantas Freight have signed a deal to offer customers access to each other’s networks, to a combined total of 233 destinations in six continents (subject to regulatory approval). SkyCargo customers will initially have access to 28 destinations on Qantas Freight’s network including ten in Australia and eight ... [+]

New VP for Emirates Skycargo

Emirates SkyCargo has appointed Moaza Al Falahi as vice president cargo business and product development, managing the SkyCargo product line. She originally enrolled on the company’s graduate training programme for UAE Nationals with the Information Technology department and later worked with SkyCargo as a performance development manger. [+]

Emirates’ Ram Menen to retire

One of the doyens of the airfreight industry, Emirates Skycargo divisional senior vice-president Ram Menen is to retire after 27 years at the Middle East carrier. Menen has been widely credited not only with building Emirates' Skycargo up into the leading airline cargo operation since its launch in 1985 but played a major role ... [+]

Emirates SkyCargo Boosts Australian Trade Links

Emirates SkyCargo, the freight division of Emirates, will carry up to 14 tonnes of freight per flight between South Australia and Dubai when four weekly flights to Adelaide launch on 1 November 2012, significantly boosting trade between  South Australia and Dubai. The additional 56 tonnes will take the weekly capacity to ... [+]

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