Lufthansa Cargo flying freighters to Milan
Closer ties with major Italian economic centre
Lufthansa Cargo has added another destination to its freighter network – Milan in northern Italy. Aircraft from Europe’s leading cargo airline will fly to the capital of Lombardy twice a week from 5 March. Lufthansa Cargo’s MD-11 freighters and newly delivered Boeing 777Fs will be used on this route.
Milan Malpensa Airport will become a stopover for Lufthansa Cargo flights returning from Cairo to Frankfurt. Therefore, customers in this economically strong region in northern Italy will enjoy an even better connection to the airline’s hub.
Lufthansa Cargo is again offering a global network in the new summer schedule, which will take effect from 30 March. Overall, Lufthansa Cargo will be providing its customers with connections to 299 destinations in 100 countries. A total of 50 cities will have freighter services. Most of these will be in Asia, where Lufthansa Cargo will offer freighter connections to 23 destinations. Freighters will fly to nine cities in North America and eight in Latin America. Four freighter destinations to and from the African continent will feature on the Lufthansa Cargo schedule, along with six cities in Europe.