My Freighter Airlines and Air Europa form an interline partnership

My Freighter gains access to 8 new routes, Air Europa reaches Central Asia via My Freighter's hub.

My Freighter Airlines and Air Europa form an interline partnership
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My Freighter Airlines and Air Europa have formed an interline partnership, granting both airlines access to each other's extensive cargo networks spanning North America, South America, the EU, and Central Asia, for mutual benefit, according to a My Freighter LinkedIn post.

Beginning June 5, 2024, this interline agreement becomes a model for global cargo carriers, highlighting the benefits of mutual cooperation.

Through this interline agreement, My Freighter gains access to eight destinations, including Panama City, Cancun, the Dominican Republic, Punta Cana, Colombia, Miami, New York, and Sao Paulo. In return, Air Europa gains access to Tashkent and Central Asia via My Freighter's hub and RFS trucking network.

My Freighter believes in creating a new "Silk Road" linking the East and West through Central Asia. By partnering with Air Europa, this is the first step as the cargo airline is now able to send cargo from North America and South America seamlessly to destinations in Central Asia with a simple click of a button, the post mentions.

“The partnership with Air Europa has opened doors for us to North and South America - with such a partner we will cross previously closed oceans and open new horizons. We are motivated to create a leading player in the air cargo market, and through mutually beneficial partnerships we will be able to achieve this goal even faster. New countries, a hub in Tashkent, and ambitious goals to capture the market,” says Abdulaziz Abdurakhmanov, Chairman of My Freighter. "What else is needed for a high result?"

"We are very happy with the agreement reached, as it reinforces Air Europa Cargo's growth objectives and allows us to expand the network of destinations with which we connect. For our customers, it means expanding our offer by covering from Asia to the Americas with a reliable partner, putting in value both our strategic position in the Madrid-Barajas hub and one of the most modern and efficient long-haul fleets in the market, made up of our Boeing 787 Dreamliner", says Jordi Piqué, General Manager of Air Europa Cargo.

According to the data of, the Uzbekistan-based start-up cargo airline has an active fleet of 4 aircraft which includes 3 Boeing 767 freighters and one Airbus A319 Neo. The airline previously operated a Boeing 747-200 freighter. However, recent data indicate that the aircraft is now considered historic, suggesting it may have been retired or is no longer in operation.

While Spain’s Air Europa has an active fleet of 43 aircraft which includes aircraft like Boeing 787-9 and Boeing 737-MAX 8.

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