Emirates and United sign cargo interline and block space MoU

Emirates SkyCargo and United Cargo have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to work closely on issues including expanding cargo interline options and block space agreements, pending regulatory approvals. The MoU will build on existing cargo interline arrangements between both air cargo operators and offer freight customers access to more capacity on a larger combined global network. United Cargo, which last year said it had decided against entering the full-freighter market, will have access to Emirates SkyCargo’s high frequency distribution network through the bellyhold of passenger flights to over 100 global destinations and 11 B777-F freighters.


Recent Posts

See All

UPS, an international cargo airline, has updated its cargo aircraft between Narita and Anchorage, AK. The B747-8 will replace the existing B767-300 with a B747-400 and a B747-8 with a maximum payload