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Ethiopian Airlines seals 5-year deal with Belgium’s top cargo airport

Ethiopian Airlines Cargo and Logistics Services and Liege Airport have renewed their long standing partnership agreement until 2026. 

 

Under this pact, Liege Airport, Belgium’s largest cargo airport and the 6th largest cargo airport in Europe, will continue to be Ethiopian Airlines cargo hub serving as a freighter gateway between Africa and Europe for the next five years. 

 

Ethiopian Airlines Cargo and Logistics Services, Africa’s largest cargo network operator, has been working with Liege airport for its freighter operations between Africa and Europe. 

 

Ethiopian Airlines Cargo and Logistics Services Acting Managing Director Enquanhone Minyashal said: “We are glad to have renewed our partnership agreement with our long-standing partner airport at a time when we are registering tremendous growth in our cargo destinations and capacity.”

 

“In collaboration with Liege Airport, Ethiopian Cargo and Logistics Services has been providing fast and secure cargo transportation service across Europe and beyond for the last 15 years of successful cooperation,” he noted. 

 

“In the next five years, we will work to transform our freighter operation to serve Europe better with our renewed commitment with Liege Airport. As the largest pan African carrier, Ethiopian Airlines will continue to strengthen its partnership with Liege Airport to boost its freighter operations between Africa and Europe,” he added.

 

Steven Verhasselt, VP Commercial of Liege Airport said: “First of all, Liege Airport would like to congratulate Ethiopian Airlines and all its staff and partners a very happy 75th birthday. It is with great pride that we are part of the Ethiopian’s success story for almost 15 years and LGG will continue to be Ethiopian Airline’s cargo hub in Europe.”

 

“Looking back from the start to where we are today, Ethiopian has already operated 15,000 freighter flights into LGG, approaching an…

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