Etihad Cargo launches Belgrade service

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Etihad Airways' cargo division, Etihad Cargo, has commenced a new scheduled one weekly service from Abu Dhabi and East Midlands Airport to Belgrade. The flights are run by the airline's Boeing 777-200F freighter jet, which has a net payload of 100 tonnes. It operates with the routing Abu Dhabi - East Midlands - Belgrade - Abu Dhabi, arriving in the Serbian capital on Wednesday mornings. Belgrade Airport sees a number of scheduled cargo flights including those by Turkish Airlines. During the first quarter, Belgrade Airport processed 4.791.712 kilograms to cargo, which is up 29.6% on last year. In 2017 it handled the highest volume of cargo among airports in the former Yugoslavia.

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  1. Anonymous10:26

    Good news!

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  2. Anonymous10:51

    livery is spectacular

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  3. Anonymous13:57

    How fantastic. Cargo numbers will keep on booming.

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  4. Anonymous14:16

    Raspberry express. Twice the load, but half the IL-76 sound.

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  5. Anonymous17:39

    Is JU considering a wide-body cargo liner soon?

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    1. Anonymous22:42

      for separate cargo flights they should start smoothly by converting an AT7 into a freighter to sense the market first. As the demand grows, there should come bigger birds.

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    2. Aэrologic15:11

      They should/could have done the same with the 737 classics.

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  6. Anonymous18:42

    Hahahahahahha!!!

    (And again...hahahahahahha!!!!)

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    1. Anonymous18:56

      Is this news funny or anon above?

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    2. Anonymous21:55

      Anon above. Failed to do ‘reply’.

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    3. Verovatno da je Anon-a 6:56 PM, zakacila malo veca toplota krajem aprila u Srbiji
      Pa zesce se veseli. Not so fani. Uzmite toplog caja. Bice bolje.
      Sa dobrim zeljama i pozdravom,
      Rodney. 🇦🇺🇷🇸🇦🇺
      Kings Park, SYDNEY

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  7. Anonymous21:09

    Man, BEG just keeps on winning. Congratulations. Shame that the flight is in the middle of the night.

    Anyone know what times Qatar Cargo arrives?

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  8. Anonymous21:17

    Seems like the charter season has arrived. First JU charter flight leaves tomorrow at 06.00 to Corfu.

    I have a feeling we will see a really strong April this year.

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    1. Anonymous21:22

      JU also has a flight to Cagliari and TK to Bursa.

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    2. Anonymous21:44

      Nice, getting busy.

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