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Saudia expands Asian connections

Saudia Cargo has added weekly freighter services to Guangzhou, China and Mumbai, India to its network. 

The company said it is aiming to meet the growing demand for cargo operations in Asia. The services are in addition to its five weekly flights to Dhaka, Bangladesh, and its seven weekly flights to Hong Kong. 

Saudia Cargo will deploy a Boeing 777F for its service to Guangzhou and a Boeing 747-400F for its flights to Mumbai. 

www.saudiacargo.com

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