Tunisia’s Express Air Cargo operates 1st flight

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Express Air Cargo – a new Tunisian airfreight carrier has operated its inaugural flight from Tunis to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport.

The Boeing 737-300 which it received on 13 January this year took off for France from Tunisia on 25 February and it is set to get another B737 soon.

Express Air Cargo’s eventual aim is to offer daily scheduled services linking 15 African countries to the main European cities utilising its Boeing 737 fleet.

Its first destinations will be Paris, Koln, and Malta, but the network will be extended to reach the Sub-Saharan Africa and central Africa.

The carrier says because time is valuable, it is offering a large variety of services to satisfy requirements, mainly special handling such as live animals and heavy cargo.

Express Air Cargo is looking to be the ’bridge between Europe and Africa’ and its major aim is to deliver quality services and strengthen the customer experience by providing different offers.