EMIRATES SKYCARGO TO START FLIGHTS TO BASRA

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EMIRATES SKYCARGO TO START FLIGHTS TO BASRA

Emirates SkyCargo plans to begin a new service to Basra on February 2. The cargo arm of Emirates willtransport 130 tonnes of freight per week between Dubai and Iraq’s largest port, strategically located close to key oil fields.

The airline will transport equipment for oil and petroleum companies in the belly-hold of an Airbus A330-200, as well as more everyday products such as foodstuffs, medical products, car parts, garments, textiles and various electronic items such as mobile phones.

The passenger aircraft, operating four times a week, will also serve the Iraqi diaspora, while goods travelling in the other direction – to the likes of the United States, USA, China, India and the UK – will include petroleum products, grains, wool and dates.

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