SAS Cargo signed a cargo capacity agreement with Spanair effective Sept. 1. SAS said the agreement will be useful particularly to Scandinavians sending or receiving freight from Africa and South America, since Spain is a major gateway from those continents. Cargo Counts, a unit of Lufthansa Cargo, no longer will be in charge of selling capacity on Spanair's 51 aircraft. SAS said it will sell capacity through GSAs and its own staff.

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