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Maximus highlights Middle East cargo advantages

November 2 - Fathi Hilal Buhazza, president and CEO of Maximus Air Cargo (pictured below), has predicted that freight traffic will triple in the Middle East over the next 20 years and says that "a sound business model mean that Maximus Air Cargo is confid

During a keynote speech on 'Start-up and Survival' at the recent World Freighters Conference in Spain, Mr Buhazza provided an insight into Maximus' business model.

"In just four years we have achieved so much, and despite the global downturn, the future looks bright," he said.

"The Middle East has clear advantages over other regions to reach European, Asian and African markets. Added to this, we also expect freight traffic to triple over the next twenty years."

The airline, a part of Abu Dhabi Aviation Group, was established in 2005 and specialises in OOG cargoes and wet leasing aircraft. 

In the November/December issue of HLPFI, our regional profile will be on the economies within the Gulf Cooperation Council. For last minute advertising opportunitities, please contact

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