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Ethiopian Cargo launches trans-Pacific cargo flight from Seoul (Incheon) to Atlanta via Anchorage

Ethiopian Cargo and Logistics Services, the Largest Cargo Network Operator in Africa, has launched Trans-Pacific routes, extending from Seoul (Incheon) to Atlanta via Anchorage effective November 9,  2020. Ethiopian operates Boeing 777-200F freighters, one of the most technologically advanced aircraft on the route, offering a remarkable freight service to our cargo forwarding customers worldwide with reduced flight hour, seamless connectivity and better payload.

Ethiopian Airlines has been a key enabler in the global effort to conquer COVID-19 by facilitating the shipment of life-saving medical supplies to different parts of the world. Housed within the largest trans-shipment terminal in Africa, the state-of-the-art Pharma Wing of Ethiopian Cargo & Logistics Services, has been central to the airline’s effective handling and shipping of medical supplies across the world. Furthermore, it is in full readiness with all its required capabilities for the distribution of potential COVID-19 vaccine during the forthcoming global distribution.

Operating next generation freighters and with Africa’s largest trans-shipment terminal, Ethiopian Cargo and Logistics Services facilitates the export of perishables, garments, mining products, and the import of high value industrial products and inputs, pharmaceuticals, among others across its global network.

Ethiopian Cargo Boeing 737-400F today crash lands at Accra while operating for ASky Airlines

Etiopian Cargo 737-400F ET-AOV crash Accra (Heni Mebay)(LR)

Ethiopian Airlines Cargo (Addis Ababa) Boeing 737-43Q (F) freighter, registered as ET-AQV (msn 28493, ex N493AC/OO-VES), operating for ASky Airlines, today (January 10) skidded off the runway at Accra on landing. The gear collapsed and the right engine was sheared off. The freighter was operating flight KP 4016 from Lomé to Accra. According to the airline, the aircraft blew its tires on landing. The three crew members safely exited the aircraft. The aircraft is an insurance write off (WO).

Twitter photos by Heni Mebay.

Ethiopian Cargo’s first MD-11F freighter

 

ET-AML arrives at a rainy Leige.  Copyright Photo: Rainer Bexten.

ET-AML arrives at a rainy Liege. Copyright Photo: Rainer Bexten.

Ethiopian Airlines (Addis Ababa) on January 31, 2009 took delivery of its first converted McDonnell Douglas MD-11F freighter. Previously it leased a MD-11 (N801DE) from World Airways.