Frankfurt-based Air Cargo Germany (ACG) will add two Boeing 747-400ERF aircraft to its fleet of four 747-400SFs next month.
Air Cargo Germany 747-400SF. Courtesy, ACG Frankfurt-based Air Cargo Germany (ACG) will add two Boeing 747-400ERF aircraft to its fleet of four 747-400SFs next month. The two aircraft will be transferred from AirBridgeCargo, the scheduled operating unit of Volga-Dnepr Group, which holds 49% in ACG. CEO Michael Bock said the company will use the new aircraft to develop additional markets, which could include nonstop routes to Mexico and the Far East. Next year, ACG will return ...
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