Brucargo 2020: cargo routes & news

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Atlantis wrote:
26 May 2020, 09:41
Virgin Atlantic Cargo will also start next week with cargo flights to Brussels. The route they will fly is NYC - BRU

Cargo demand is very high between The States and Belgium
Interesting. Is there already any schedule or aircraft type expected ?
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Should be Friday & Sunday morning (06.00LT) arrival. As far as I know with B787-9.

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And why no Brussels airlines?
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TLspotting wrote:
26 May 2020, 11:33
Atlantis wrote:
26 May 2020, 09:41
Virgin Atlantic Cargo will also start next week with cargo flights to Brussels. The route they will fly is NYC - BRU

Cargo demand is very high between The States and Belgium
Interesting. Is there already any schedule or aircraft type expected ?
The departure will be on Thursday and Saturday in NY with the arrival the day after at BRU around 6am.

Flights will start as from 1st June

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Aircraft will be 787 to start, upgrade possible to A350-1000.

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26 May 2020, 12:50
Aircraft will be 787 to start, upgrade possible to A350-1000.
Interesting !
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ZavCity wrote:
26 May 2020, 12:19
And why no Brussels airlines?
gtz
paul
Brussels Airlines is going to start with cargo flights from Qingdao, China. They will start this week with 3 cargo flights per week.

After cargo flights to Africa, they will start now with cargo from China.

Schedule is now loaded on the cargo timetable of BRU and we can follow it too on Lufthansa Cargo.

As you now, SN cargo is integrated in Lufthansa Cargo. So that's the only place to find sth

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Just for completeness: flights will operate on Tuesdays, Saturdays and Sundays from 30th of May with arrival at 2300LT in BRU.

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Atlantis wrote:
26 May 2020, 09:41
Virgin Atlantic Cargo will also start next week with cargo flights to Brussels. The route they will fly is NYC - BRU

Cargo demand is very high between The States and Belgium
Explains why I have seen the UA tail quote often at remote stands the past weeks.

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Conti764 wrote:
27 May 2020, 17:04
Explains why I have seen the UA tail quote often at remote stands the past weeks.
Indeed, United has been operating cargo flights with their B787-10 for a while now. We also saw a lot of Cargojet and Amerijet operations, mainly from MIA and CVG.

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Atlantis wrote:
27 May 2020, 11:51
ZavCity wrote:
26 May 2020, 12:19
And why no Brussels airlines?
gtz
paul
Brussels Airlines is going to start with cargo flights from Qingdao, China. They will start this week with 3 cargo flights per week.

After cargo flights to Africa, they will start now with cargo from China.

Schedule is now loaded on the cargo timetable of BRU and we can follow it too on Lufthansa Cargo.

As you now, SN cargo is integrated in Lufthansa Cargo. So that's the only place to find sth
Today SN announced also publicly, via their social media, that they will start officially with cargo flights to Africa. While it was in the last weeks only a few times, it will be now twice a week to Abidjan and Conakry on Tuesday and Thursday

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Conti764 wrote:
27 May 2020, 17:04
Atlantis wrote:
26 May 2020, 09:41
Virgin Atlantic Cargo will also start next week with cargo flights to Brussels. The route they will fly is NYC - BRU

Cargo demand is very high between The States and Belgium
Explains why I have seen the UA tail quote often at remote stands the past weeks.
Yes, very fast UA started with cargo flights to BRU from Washington and Chicago

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sdbelgium wrote:
27 May 2020, 17:28
Conti764 wrote:
27 May 2020, 17:04
Explains why I have seen the UA tail quote often at remote stands the past weeks.
Indeed, United has been operating cargo flights with their B787-10 for a while now. We also saw a lot of Cargojet and Amerijet operations, mainly from MIA and CVG.
Cargo jet is flying mainly for Air Canada. This week they will operate again for AC.
Amerijet is a real full cargo player at BRU. They started with 2 cargo flights a week but they are very satisfied about this route and load that soon they will introduce a 3rd flight per week

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Atlantis wrote:
27 May 2020, 17:43
sdbelgium wrote:
27 May 2020, 17:28
Conti764 wrote:
27 May 2020, 17:04
Explains why I have seen the UA tail quote often at remote stands the past weeks.
Indeed, United has been operating cargo flights with their B787-10 for a while now. We also saw a lot of Cargojet and Amerijet operations, mainly from MIA and CVG.
Cargo jet is flying mainly for Air Canada. This week they will operate again for AC.
Amerijet is a real full cargo player at BRU. They started with 2 cargo flights a week but they are very satisfied about this route and load that soon they will introduce a 3rd flight per week
Air Canada operaties their own flight, Cargojet operates for DHL several times a week from BRU via Canada to CVG. This will continue in the weeks / months to come.

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BRU wrote:
27 May 2020, 17:56
Atlantis wrote:
27 May 2020, 17:43
sdbelgium wrote:
27 May 2020, 17:28
Indeed, United has been operating cargo flights with their B787-10 for a while now. We also saw a lot of Cargojet and Amerijet operations, mainly from MIA and CVG.
Cargo jet is flying mainly for Air Canada. This week they will operate again for AC.
Amerijet is a real full cargo player at BRU. They started with 2 cargo flights a week but they are very satisfied about this route and load that soon they will introduce a 3rd flight per week
Air Canada operaties their own flight, Cargojet operates for DHL several times a week from BRU via Canada to CVG. This will continue in the weeks / months to come
Isn’t Cargojet flying for DHL? They also come from CVG now more in daytime.
Talking about CVG, on some days there are 3 flights a day, 1 CargoJet and 2 DHL’s

Maybe I missed it here in the forum.
Ukrainian airline SkyUp Airlines flys now daily, sometimes more, KBP - BRU with a mix of 738 en 739

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Tomorrow Vietnam Airlines will come twice

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Atlantis wrote:
30 May 2020, 20:20
Tomorrow Vietnam Airlines will come twice
Also planned 2x A359 on Thursday (04/06).

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First Virgin on 5, arrival 0600, departure 0730.
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31 May 2020, 15:00
First Virgin on 5, arrival 0600, departure 0730.
On Sunday 7 June iso today.
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Is the Virgin Airlines an tempory solution to provide and airbrige for EU-US or are they staying afterwards for cargo aswell?

https://www.linkedin.com/posts/the-brus ... 08417-MK7b

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