Cargo Flights

Some articles on cargo flights, flights, cargo, flight:

Cross-Strait Relations - Current Formal Relations - 2008 Meetings - Second 2008 Meeting
... by SEF Chairman Chiang Pin-kung included direct maritime shipping, chartered cargo flights, direct postal service, and co-operation in ensuring food safety, in response to the 2008 Chinese milk scandal ... The agreement relating to direct passenger flights increased the number of charter flights from 36 to 108 per week, operating daily instead of the four days a week previously ... Flights would now operate to and from 21 mainland Chinese cities ...
Humberside Airport - Cargo Flights
... Icelandair Cargo operate a weekly Sunday flight from Keflavík which then departs to Liege ...
Berlin Tempelhof Airport - History - Postwar Commercial Use
... link serving Tempelhof after the war with a flight from New York via Shannon, Amsterdam and Frankfurt on 18 May 1946 ... It entailed transferring responsibility for processing all commercial flights to West Berlin's city government, including the operation and maintenance of ... of the infamous Berlin Wall, on their flights ...
British European Airways - History - BEA At Its Peak (1961–1971)
... In 1961, BEA placed an order for three Armstrong Whitworth Argosy all-cargo aircraft ... destinations such as Malta and Barcelona and by 1962, took over approximately half of the flights previously operated by Viscounts on the airline's UK domestic trunk routes, where they operated. 1 April 1961, BEA began operating half its London–Paris flights from Gatwick in accordance with the wishes of the British government to develop the airport ...
Hong Kong International Airport - Operations
... south runway (07R/25L) is for passenger planes taking off and cargo flights due to its proximity to the cargo terminal ... concourse, 28 remote stands and 25 cargo stands ... in Asia in 2010, and the world's busiest airport for cargo traffic in 2010 ...

Famous quotes containing the words flights and/or cargo:

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