Polar Air Move India Flights

1st Oct 2003

Effective today Polar Air Cargo will move its Amsterdam-India flights to its growing hub at Liege, Belgium.
Polar will operate Boeing 747 freighter flights every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday from Liege to Mumbai and Chennai with a stop in Dubai. The return flights will operate Chennai-Dubai-Liege every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.
“As we continue to grow in Liege, it makes sense to move these flights,” said Hendrik Falk, Vice President of Sales for Europe, the Middle East, India and Africa. “From Liege Polar Air Cargo now provides scheduled service to the United States, Asia, the Middle East, the Indian subcontinent, and northern Europe.”
Liege Airport, an all-cargo facility open 24 hours a day with no congestion, is an ideal location to expand connections between Europe and India. From Liege, Polar offers timely and convenient trucking connections throughout continental Europe.
Polar Air Cargo Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings Inc. (Pink Sheets: AAWH). Polar operates a fleet of Boeing 747 freighters on a time-definite, cost-effective, scheduled service network connecting Asia, Europe, Australia and the Americas. Learn more at www.polaraircargo.com.




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