Etihad Cargo

Etihad Cargo Fuel Surcharge Update

Etihad Cargo would like to inform you that they are decreasing their Fuel Surcharge. The fuel Surcharge will apply on cargo flown using Etihad Cargo Services.

Effective from 29th December, 2014
Fuel Decrease to GBP 0.53 per kilo
War Risk Remains @ GBP 0.12 per kilo

Surcharges are based on chargeable weight

This announcement replaces earlier FSC circular that was applicable on; 01 December, 2014

Contact your Local Etihad Cargo Office on:
Etihad LHR: 01784 425307 – Email etihadlhr@network-airline.com
Etihad MAN: 0161 437 7878 – Email etihadman@network-airline.com

Etihad Cargo Launch Partnership with Avianca

Etihad Cargo, the freighter division of Etihad Airways, will commence a partnership with Avianca, the National Airline of Colombia, with the launch of a joint freighter operation between the Colombian Capital, Bogota, and Italy’s second populous city, Milan.

The new service will be operated twice a week from 12 November 2014, providing an important cargo connection between Europe and South America. In addition, the flights will facilitate the seamless movement of goods to other markets around the world by linking into the extensive global networks of both Etihad Airways and Avianca

For Sales and Cargo Bookings please contact Etihad Cargo Offices on:

LHR Tel: 01784 425307

Email: etihadlhr@ana-aviation.com

MAN Tel: 0161 437 7878

Email: etihadman@ana-aviation.com

Etihad Cargo and Air Seychelles name new GSA

Etihad Cargo and Air Seychelles have named Network Airline Services (NAS) South Africa as their general sales agent (GSA).

“With this appointment we have firmly cemented our footprint throughout the South African market, now offering over 400 destinations through all our airline partners,” said NAS general manager Arnold Vosloo. Etihad Cargo offers daily flights from Johannesburg to Abu Dhabi with a total cargo capacity of 16 tonnes per flight. Air Seychelles offers three weekly frequencies from Johannesburg with connections from Seychelles or Praslin, Mauritius, Hong Kong and Abu Dhabi. It also offers a cargo capacity of 16 tonnes per flight, Magdy El Ghandour, regional cargo sales manager for Etihad Cargo, told FTW that this new partnership was part of Etihad Cargo’s aim to become the world’s biggest airline. “We are already the fastest-growing in the world, starting in 2006 with an operating budget of US$165 million. This year, our budget is over US $1 billion, “he said, adding that the appointment of Walter Jones as cargo manager for sales in South Africa on May 1 was expected to boost cargo volumes out of Johannesburg.

Sam Okpro, head of cargo commercial for Air Seychelles, said that the island nation was “very dependant” on imports. “We source most of our imports from Dubai, Sri Lanka, Cairo and South Africa.