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AirBridgeCargo Increases Flights from Milan and Paris to Moscow

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AirBridgeCargo Airlines, one of Russias largest international cargo airlines and a part of Volga-Dnepr Group, has increased its flights from Milan (Malpensa MXP) and Paris (Charles de Gaulle CDG) to Moscow.

 ABC now operates schedule flights from Paris and Milan three and five times a week accordingly. In addition to two flights from Paris which the airline performs on Wednesdays and Sundays, the airline has added an extra service on Fridays.

 In addition to the three existing frequencies from MXP to Moscow every Monday, Tuesday and Friday, additional services now also operate on Thursdays and Sundays.

 All flights are operated with Boeing 747 freighters.

The new frequencies are meant to meet the increased consumer demand for transportation services on these routes especially from the raw materials, automotive and fashion sectors. Over the last 9 months, ABC tonnage from Milan to Moscow showed a 52% increase, while tonnage from Paris to Moscow was 20% higher. These results are above market trends. Overall, the market showed a 25% increase in tonnage carried from Milan to Moscow while there was a 2% decrease in total tonnage from Paris to Moscow.

AirBridgeCargos DAP (delivered as promised) figures on these routes were also above average and accounted to over 90% during 2013.

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