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Emirates voted Cargo Airline of the Year

29 April 2012

Also named Best Middle East Cargo Airline and Best African Cargo Airline  

DUBAI, U.A.E., 29th April 2012:  Emirates SkyCargo has been voted Cargo Airline of the Year and, for the 24th consecutive year, was also named Best Middle East Cargo Airline.
 

The carrier – which was also named Best African Cargo Airline - received the accolades at the prestigious Cargo Airline of the Year 2012 awards held at London’s Lancaster Hotel.

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Ram Menen, Emirates’ Divisional Senior Vice President Cargo (second from left) after being presented the Cargo Airline of the Year award. Also pictured (from left) are: Jacqui McArthur, Emirates’ Cargo Controller, Bill McPherson, Emirates’ Airport Services Manager London Heathrow, and Phil Rawlings, Emirates’ Cargo Manager UK.

  “These awards are voted for by our industry and their recognition of the continued success of Emirates SkyCargo is a great honour,” said Ram Menen, Emirates’ Divisional Senior Vice President Cargo, who was present at the event.
 
Emirates SkyCargo receives the awards at a time of continuing growth. A fourth Boeing 777F joined its fleet earlier this year, taking its dedicated fleet to eight aircraft, with a further nine Boeing 777Fs on order.
 
Since January, Emirates has introduced services to eight new destinations: Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires, Dublin, Dallas, Lusaka, Harare, Liege and Seattle. It will also launch flights to Ho Chi Minh City in June, Lisbon and Barcelona in July, and Washington DC in September.
 
Emirates SkyCargo currently serves a route network of over 120 destinations from its Dubai hub, spanning six continents across the globe.
 
The Cargo Airline of the Year 2012 awards are organised by trade magazine Air Cargo News and attract votes from freight forwarders around the world. The awards are the only event where the British International Freight Association audits and approves the votes cast.


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