Brucargo 2019: cargo routes & news

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Atlantis wrote: 17 Oct 2019, 21:23 Singapore Airlines cargo started a new cargo destination from BRU: Mexico City
At the same time they have been cancelling a significant amount of flights recently.

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Any news regarding the first flight of Sichuan cargo?

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First flight is scheduled and confirmed for November 26th, only remaining challenge was securing slots in China which are now approved.

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From oct 28 EY will be flying a temporary T7 full freight service from BRU.

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From oct 28 EY will be flying a temporary T7 full freight service from BRU.
STA 18:35 EY9867 A6-DDA STD 20:35 EY9878 AUH-BRU-AUH

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flightlover wrote: 03 Jun 2019, 12:02
lumumba wrote: 03 Jun 2019, 11:33
Established02 wrote: 17 May 2019, 08:33 A source states that Atlas Air will no longer operate to BRU. Their last flight would have been on May 14. Ethiopian Cargo is mentioned to take over the traffic.

It's sad to lose another 747 operator, after also Saudia completely disappeared from BRU earlier this year.
Did Saudia leave Brussels completely?
And why it was a long term client!
Thanks
They moved towards Germany if I'm not mistaken.
The same reason as why others have left: A combination of service levels and/or freight demand. One as a consequence off the other.

(I just can conclude that some things went south since they stopped their long standing relationship with AP in favour off Swissport. At that time they where planning on increasing flight numbers again, but that plan never materialized.)
Are you saying with BRU they left Belgium? their schedule shows LGG being served.

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globetrotter wrote: 31 Oct 2019, 06:48
flightlover wrote: 03 Jun 2019, 12:02
lumumba wrote: 03 Jun 2019, 11:33

Did Saudia leave Brussels completely?
And why it was a long term client!
Thanks
They moved towards Germany if I'm not mistaken.
The same reason as why others have left: A combination of service levels and/or freight demand. One as a consequence off the other.

(I just can conclude that some things went south since they stopped their long standing relationship with AP in favour off Swissport. At that time they where planning on increasing flight numbers again, but that plan never materialized.)
Are you saying with BRU they left Belgium? their schedule shows LGG being served.
No, I didn't, I was well aware they where leaving BRU in favour of LGG. I wanted to explain why they left BRU.
When your planes go from departing mostly on time to a delay of multiple hours, or even days,..
Well, you can fill in the blanks, no?

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BRU wrote: 17 Oct 2019, 23:07 First flight is scheduled and confirmed for November 26th, only remaining challenge was securing slots in China which are now approved.
STA 12:15L, STD 14:45L
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