Brussels Airport is welcoming new cargo flights: a DHL subsidiary and All Nippon Airlines Cargo adding new routes.
DHL’s European Air Transport Leipzig (EAT) has launched five weekly flights on an A330-200F between Brussels and Miami (MIA) for medicines and vaccines.
The move follows services launched in March and April by DHL Express and Amerijet on the same route, bringing the number of weekly flights to 13.
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