Etihad Cargo to raise bellyhold capacity to Chengdu

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Etihad Cargo will raise its bellyhold cargo capacity to Chengdu from 30 March.

The additional capacity is facilitated by Etihad Airways raising its Abu Dhabi-Chengdu frequency from five times weekly to a daily service, where it operates Airbus A330-200 aircraft. With the increase, cargo capacity to Chengdu will grow 40% to 930 tonnes per month.

Etihad Cargo will also continue to operate maindeck freighter services to Beijing, Guangzhou, Hong Kong and Shanghai, where it uses a mix of Airbus A330, Boeing 747 and 777 Freighters.