Poste Air Cargo (formerly Mistral Air) (Rome) (subsidiary of Poste Italiane) will expand its range of operations and open a new route to Tel Aviv on April 10, 2021 with a weekly cargo flight.
The flight to the Israeli metropolis will be scheduled on a weekly basis with departures on Saturday from Rome’s Fiumicino – Leonardo da Vinci Airport.
Tel Aviv is the first international destination for Poste Air Cargo and represents a logistical solution for the current needs of the import and export industry between Italy and Israel, guaranteeing a direct connection to both value-added products (pharmaceuticals, aerospace and perishable). The route to Tel Aviv offers both markets a main deck capacity and exclusive cargo vocation. Poste Air Cargo offers an annual capacity of 825,000 kgs / 500 pallet main deck / 7500 cubic meters.
Poste Air Cargo, with a forty-year experience in air transport logistics, is active on a domestic network with night time flights for Italian Poste, connecting 7 Italian gateways with her Brescia Montichiari hub.
Poste Air Cargo is a player on the international charter cargo market, mainly to support the automotive logistics chain.
The fleet of Poste Air Cargo was recently renewed with the addition of two Boeing 737-400F freighters, now totally7 aircraft in fleet. ATR 72Fs are also in service.
Marco Finelli reporting from Italy.