Traders will see increased cargo capacity between the UK and China as demand, especially for e-commerce, sparks growth opportunities at secondary airports like Bournemouth.
On Wednesday, Bournemouth airport’s freight division Cargo First announced doubling capacity to Chengdu in China from three to six weekly services.
The all-cargo uplift on European Cargo’s A340 freighters will now boost annual capacity to more than 20,000 tonnes per year on the route. Each aircraft has a …
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