Liege Airport to welcome new Saudi Cargo operations
Cargo operations at Liege Airport have been boosted by the news that Saudi Cargo is to up the frequency of freighter flights to the Belgian gateway.
The airline signed a contract with the airport yesterday confirming its decision to step up its operations in Liege.
Commenting on the airline’s decision, Liege Airport CEO, Frédéric Jacquet, said: “This contract cements the role Liege Airport plays as a centre for global logistics.
“Saudia Cargo has been operating with us since last year with intensified connections to/from the US, Africa and the Middle East. This leading air cargo company has signed a partnership with Alibaba Group’s logistic arm, Cainiao, and our airport will remain a crossroad for world trade operations.
“We look forward to establishing a strong relationship with such a reputable airline.”
Hassan Zaki Al-Dessi, Saudia Cargo’s executive director operations performance, noted: “This partnership aligns perfectly with the airline’s business goals.
“We are thrilled to extend our commercial partnership to further strengthen our position in the European arena and highlight Liege Airport’s strong presence in the global logistic network”.