Lufthansa Cargo will market the cargo capacities of Lufthansa Group subsidiary Brussels Airlines from Sept. 1, joining Lufthansa (mainline), Austrian Airlines, Eurowings and Sun Express. Lufthansa Cargo said Brussels Airlines—which flies to 17 destinations in west, central and east Africa—fits ideally into its existing network. Brussels Airlines CEO Christina Foerster said Lufthansa Cargo has “a lot of experience in marketing the cargo capacities of passenger airlines. ...

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