Transnautic starts B737F charters to Moscow

By: | at 08:00 PM | Air Cargo  

Transnautic Aero GmbH ’ Germany’s largest cargo GSSA ’ has begun operating a B737 freighter service three times per week from Frankfurt Hahn to Moscow utilizing chartered aircraft.

The new service provides much-needed additional capacity on the route on days when Transnautic’s principal Aeroflot either does not operate its scheduled DC10 freighters, or they are already full.

Says Transnautic’s MD Mike Staeck: ‘We have begun these flights in order to provide more consistent capacity for our large and loyal customer base in Germany. Our first two flights operated full, proving that there is real demand for this service.’

In addition to Aeroflot, Transnautic represents over 20 other airlines through seven offices at Germany’s major airports. The company also has subsidiaries in Russia, France and Poland. Transnautic is a founder member of the EGSAC independent GSSA system, which has 80 stations in 35 countries.


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