Belgium-owned airline Air Belgium has announced that it will include its cargo jets in its fleet, which diversifies regular and charter long-distance operations.
The company plans to launch the first two cargo ships by the end of March 2021, based on the aircraft carrier Liegel, a cargo-based airport located in eastern Belgium.
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The first two flights from Qatar Airways have already arrived in Belgium as planned. Jets registered with OO-CMA and OO-AIR will fly to Dublin, Ireland, where they will receive Air Belgium’s paint scheme before entering service.
According to Contact Radar, Qatar Airways has decommissioned its Airbus A330-200 cargo jet. According to the website Planespotters
, All four aircraft are currently operating in Air Belgium.
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