Tag: Oslo Airport

Suparna Airlines to start seafood freighter route from Oslo to Nanjing

Oslo Airport has gained another freighter route as starting from 1 September Suparna Airlines will start a twice-weekly connection to Nanjing. The Chinese carrier will operate a Boeing 747-400F to the Nanjing Airport, located west of Shanghai, to meet the growing demand for fresh Norwegian seafo...

AirBridgeCargo to add more seafood capacity from Oslo Airport

AirBridgeCargo Airlines is to add more seafood capacity from Oslo Airport as from tomorrow (28 May) it will start a third weekly flight. The new departure will be tailor made for the seafood export from Norway to Seoul and South Korea via Moscow in Russia. The route will be operated with a Bo...

Avinor and WFS terminate seafood centre agreement

Norwegian airport operator Avinor and Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) have terminated a letter of intent signed in August for construction and operation of a new seaood centre at Oslo Airport. In details revealed at the announcment, the centre was set to span 16,000 square metres and handle up t...

CAL Cargo to double its presence in Oslo to provide more seafood capacity

CAL Cargo Airlines will add a second weekly rotation from Oslo Airport to Tel Aviv  from tomorrow (1 March) providing further air freight capacity for Norwegian seafood. The new departure will be on Fridays, adding 3,500 tonnes of seafood capacity from Oslo airport to Israel annually, to an esti...

Air Cargo Global starts Oslo-Tianjin seafood freighter route

Slovakian air freight carrier Air Cargo Global yesterday (17 January) started a new Boeing 747-440F route between Oslo Airport and Tianjin Airport in China to meet demand for Norwegian seafood. Initially the route will depart twice weekly on Thursday and Saturday, leaving Oslo Airport at 07.15h (...

Hainan Airlines launches Oslo belly route adding further seafood capacity

The rapidly expanding Norwegian seafood market has been given a further boost after Hainan Arlines announced it will start a new three-weekly Airbus A330-300 belly route from Beijing and Oslo in Spring 2019 - the first direct connection between China and Norway. Demand for Norwegian seafood has t...

WFS wins contract to operate new seafood centre at Oslo Airport

A memorandum of understanding (MoU) has been signed between Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) and Sjømatterminalen AS to operate the new Seafood Center at Oslo Airport. The 16,000 square metre centre will handle up to 250,000 tonnes of seafood annually in a facility designed to meet industry requi...

Ethiopian Cargo to start Guangzhou ‘seafood’ freighter route from Oslo Airport

Ethiopian Cargo is to start a Boeing 777-200 Freighter service from Avinor Oslo Airport to Guangzhou in China in September this year. The route will be in addition to the five weekly belly services connecting Addis Ababa and Oslo with Guangzhou in China. Ethiopian Cargo will with the new route...

Seafood demand set to lead to Saudia Cargo to add freighter to Oslo and JFK

Saudia Cargo is set to add a new freighter service to Oslo Airport as it looks to tap into opportunities that the Norwegian seafood market presents. Speaking yesterday during a session on seafood at the Nordic Air Cargo Symposium in Stockholm, the carrier’s regional director for Europe, Rainer ...

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