MOSCOW: July 06, 2016. AirBridgeCargo Airlines has begun a weekly service to Phnom Penh, Cambodia, from Moscow via Singapore with a 747-400 freighter.
“Against the backdrop of China’s slowing export growth, the Cambodian market looks appealing with double-digit growth in 2015, supported by ambitious airport development plans,” said Robert van de Weg, ABC’s SVP Marketing & Sales.
“We strongly believe that customers with export flows of fashion textiles and garments will benefit the most from this new service, and we will continue to promote our services in Cambodia to create new business relationships and support existing customers,” he added.
ABC’s current network in Asia covers China, Japan, South Korea, Singapore and Vietnam. The airline operates more than 60 weekly flights from its online stations in the region, with further connections to Europe and the U.S. via Moscow.
LUXEMBOURG: July 06, 2016. Cargolux Airlines has begun a weekly service to Ashgabat, Turkmenistan and will increase its weekly frequency to Turkmenbashi to 11 this month.
Ashgabat becomes Cargolux’s latest destination in Central Asia that also includes Baku, Novosibirsk, Almaty and Tbilisi. Ashgabat opened a cargo center on July 04 as part of a new airport development in anticipation of hosting the Asian Games in 2017.
Cargolux also works with Turkmenistan Airlines to provide services to Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.