CANADIAN cargo carrier Cargojet Airways is operating a new weekly 767 freighter into Cologne (Germany).
The flight connects Cologne/Bonn Airport with Greater Moncton International Airport (GMIA) in the province of New Brunswick (Canada).
“New Brunswick is one of the fastest-growing economies in Canada,” says Jacques Fournier, director of cargo development at GMIA.
Meanwhile, Franz Van Hessen, director of cargo at Cologne/Bonn Airport states: “For us this flight brings a new, dedicated all-cargo transatlantic route. Initial bookings for the first flights look very promising.”
Cargojet Airways runs a fleet of 13 aircraft.