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Cargolux denies Karachi claims

June 9 - Cargolux Airlines International has denied claims that any of its aircraft were involved, damaged or destroyed in the terrorist attack at Jinnah international airport in Karachi.

Contrary to rumours published on a variety of websites, Cargolux states that none of its aircraft were positioned in Karachi at the time of the attack.

The airline operates one weekly flight to the capital of Pakistan on Tuesdays, routed from Luxembourg to Sharjah via Karachi.

Due to the developing situation, the Karachi stopover has been cancelled until further notice.

 

 

www.cargolux.com

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