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Charter

Charter flights for:
- Oversized cargo
- Dangerous Goods
- Animals
- Ambulance
- Passengers & VIP

Fuel

- Short notice arrangement
- Worldwide inclusive military bases.
- Credit possibility
- Jet-A1, TS1, JP8

Traffic rights

- CAA clearances
- Diplomatic channels
- DG permits & exemptions
- PPR
- SLOT
- FPLs

Handling

- Short notice arrangement
- Worldwide inclusive military bases.
- Credit possibility

Aero-Concierge

- 24/7 hrs support
- Flight information
- Crew accommodation, transfer
- Catering
- VIP services

News

Stratolaunch space plane: Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen's dream nears take-off The world's largest airplane took a stroll the other day. Under the cloudless skies of the Mojave Desert, it rolled out of its hangar and powered down the runway. Slowly at first, then faster, 60 mph, then 70, then 80. But it stopped just short of liftoff, like a sprinter pulling up just before taking the long jump. The leap to flight will come soon. The plane needs a few more test runs down the tarmac. Then it will fly. Too bad Paul Allen will never get to see it. The billionaire co-founder of Microsoft, who had quietly been building the monster of an aircraft for several years, died last weekwithout ever seeing his twin-fuselage creation take to the skies. Source: www.afr.com

Singapore to New York: 5 things we learned on world's longest airline flight After touching down at New Jersey's Newark Liberty International airport outside New York-- completing the inaugural journey of the longest flight in the world -- I can tell you this: It was an unforgettable night ... followed by a day ... followed by another night. In about 17 hours and 25 minutes, we flew from Singapore halfway around the globe nonstop aboard Singapore Airlines Flight SQ22 -- now the most ultra of ultra-long-haul routes. It was a little bit of a travel endurance test for everyone on board -- passengers and crew. The sheer achievement, mechanical and human, to make it happen -- amazing! Source: https://edition.cnn.com

Construction of Budapest Airport’s Cargo City begins Construction of Budapest Airport’s Cargo City, part of the €160 million BUD:2020 Development Programme has begun. The €32.6 million investment into a 20,000 square metre cargo handling facility and dedicated Boeing 747-8 Freighter stands will centralise cargo operations and expand the airport’s handling capacity to cope with increasing demand. As part of the BUD:2020 Development Programme, Budapest Airport opened two state-of-the-art express facilities in 2017 with a total area of 16,000 square metres supplying increasing volumes from the express and e-commerce business. Source: www.aircargoweek.com #cac #aircargochartering #cargo #airport

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Boeing has released images of its initial 777X static-test airframe, providing a better look at the manufacturer's latest widebody twin. The airframe, a-9 variant, was rolled out of Boeing's Everett, Washington production facility in recent days. While largely complete – with its composite wing mated to the fuselage – the test article still lacks its vertical fin, as well as engines and avionics systems. In addition, although the wingtips are installed, the airframe is not equipped with the Liebherr-supplied folding mechanism for the structures. The tips of the 777X's wings are designed to fold while on the ground, reducing the wingspan from 72m (236ft) to 65m. Source: www.flightglobal.com #cac

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Antonov Airlines has completed the 12th in the longest succession of AN-225 flights, transporting generator modules from Chile to Bolivia. The Ukrainian airline delivered 12 Heat Recovery Steam Generator (HRSG) Modules, each weighing 160 tons for Hansa Meyer Global Transport in 12 consecutive flights. Antonov Airlines commercial director, Andriy Blagovisniy says the lifting points had to be reworked as the initial configuration of the cargo did not allow its loading on the aircraft. Blagovisniy says a special low-profile loading system designed by Antonov Company specialists was used to handle the height of the cargo. Source: www.aircargoweek.com #cac #airlines #aircargochartering #airports

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Qantas will fly its iconic Boeing 747 between Sydney and Perth from late July, while its double-daily Perth-Singapore Boeing 737 service will be replaced by an Airbus A330. A Qantas spokesperson confirmed the Perth-Singapore A330 schedule will start from July 22, and the jet chosen will feature the airline's highly-regarded Business Suite business class. It's understood the A330 will remain on the roster until late October, although this could be extended closer to the date. Meanwhile, the iconic jumbo jet is getting a shot at domestic duties before it's retired from the Qantas fleet in 2020. Boeing 747s first joined the Qantas fleet in 1971. Source: www.ausbt.com.au #cac #aircargochartering

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Boeing and Embraer together: Strategic partnership MOU signed Boeing and Embraer announced they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to establ ish a strategic partnership that positions both companies to accelerate growth in global aerospace markets. The non-binding agreement proposes the format ion of a joint venture comprising the commercial aircraft and services business of Embraer that would strategically align with Boeing’s commercial develo pment, production, marketing and lifecycle services operations. Under the terms of the agreement, Boeing will hold an 80 % ownership stake in the joint v enture and Embraer will own the remaining 20 % stake. Source: worldairlinenews.com #cac

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We are growing up! CAC team would like to share good news with you. This June, 2018 we have reached new level comparing with the same month last year and growing up by 30%! Request CAC for competitive prices for fuel, traffic rights, handling and aero-concierge. Chose the best partner for your all flight handling services!

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About us

Cargo Air Chartering was founded in 2001 with a headquarters in Sharjah (UAE) and operations offices in Ukraine & Slovakia to provide 24/7 services for our customers such as fuel, ground handling support, permits, charter aircraft & ACMI, flight planning, hotel accommodation, crew transfer and catering. CAC supports Cargo, Commercial, Military, Ambulance and Private Flights worldwide.
UAE
Main office
of. X1-05, SAIF Zone
Sharjah, P.O.Box 8408
Tel/Fax +971 655 70 889
Slovakia
Branch office
30B, Ivanská cesta str.
821 04, Bratislava
24/7 tel +380445026210
Mob: +421915907136
Ukraine
Branch office
66A Dmitrievskaya str.,
office 57, 01135, Kyiv
24/7 tel +380445026210
Mob: +380632372790

Mail: office@cargoairchartering.aero

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