The airline Air Canada is expanding the cargo capacity at Frankfurt Airport. The background is that the carrier will start cargo flights with Boeing 767-300ERs in the course of the year.
The existing cargo area is 5.000 square meters and, according to the company, is to be expanded. “This represents a significant improvement for Air Canada Cargo in Frankfurt, a location that plays a key role in our global operations. It will further enhance our capabilities as we ramp up operations with the expected arrival of regular cargo ships at this critical hub,” said John Lloyd, Director, Europe, Middle East and India at Air Canada Cargo.