Qatar Airways Cargo flying 100 flights/day; already moved 70k tonnes
Qatar Airways Cargo announced that it has increased the freight movements, operating almost 100 flights every day and transported over 70,000 tonnes of medical aid supplies around the world
April 22, 2020: Qatar Airways Cargo announced that it has increased the freight movements, operating almost 100 flights every day and transported over 70,000 tonnes of medical aid supplies around the world.
"The airline continues to operate a significant cargo schedule with almost 100 flights per day, during the past month the cargo operator has worked closely with governments and NGOs to transport over 70,000 tonnes of medical and aid supplies to impacted regions around the world on both scheduled and charter services, the equivalent of roughly 700 fully loaded Boeing 777 freighters. To continue to fulfil demand the Group’s cargo division is also utilising passenger aircraft to carry freight-only to destinations in China, Europe, India and the Middle East, " says the release.
Since mid-February, Qatar Airways has helped reunite over one million passengers with their loved ones, operating a mix of scheduled and charter services plus extra sectors. In the past several weeks, the airline has helped repatriate over 45,000 passengers back home to France, 70,000 home to Germany and over 100,000 customers back to the United Kingdom. Working with governments and group travel companies around the world, the airline operated over 90 charters and extra sector flights taking home over 26,000 stranded travellers.
The demand to help get stranded travellers home has also seen Qatar Airways operate flights to new destinations such as Brisbane, Christchurch and Toronto. The national carrier of the State of Qatar continues to operate approximately 60 scheduled flights a day to around 40 destinations and is working closely with embassies across the globe to arrange charters to repatriate stranded citizens
- 4 July 2022 10:48 AM GMT
- 4 July 2022 10:01 AM GMT
- 4 July 2022 9:20 AM GMT
- 1 July 2022 11:16 AM GMT
- 1 July 2022 10:30 AM GMT
- 1 July 2022 8:17 AM GMT
- 1 July 2022 7:00 AM GMT