New at BRUcargo : Virgin Atlantic from New York as of 1 June and Brussels Airlines from China as of 30 May

Virgin Atlantic's May schedule of cargo-only flights will reopen vital trade lanes connecting the UK with prime freight markets in the US, Hong Kong and China, India, Israel and South Africa.

Virgin Atlantic is to launch a cargo route from New York JFK to Brussels Airport on 1 June. Furthermore, Brussels Airlines is to fly to Qingdao, China, from 30 May.

The long-haul British airline Virgin Atlantic is to set a new cargo service from New York JFK, USA, to Brussels Airport, starting on 1 June with 2 flights per week using a Boeing 787-9. The Virgin Atlantic aircraft arrives on Friday and Sunday morning from New York JFK. Furthermore, Virgin’s Airbus A350-1000 could also operate the route if it is needed.

After a few cargo flights to Africa, Brussels Airlines joins Air Belgium to carry medical supplies from China, as the Belgian flag carrier also launches a new cargo service, from Brussels to Qingdao, from 30 May, 3 times per week (Tuesdays, Saturdays and Sundays) using Airbus A330-300 aircraft. Flight SN1130 will arrive at 23:00 at Brussels Airport.
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