Emirates SkyCargo leased two new aircraft, with an aim to double its capacity in the next 10 years. “While the current market volatility may cause others to hesitate, Emirates SkyCargo is pushing full steam ahead with our plans,” Nabil Sultan, divisional senior vice president of Emirates SkyCargo, said. Emirates airline’s cargo arm secured two Boeing 747-400Fs on a long-term wet-lease basis that would join its existing fleet.

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