Senator International starts freighter operations to Queretaro, Mexico

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June 26, 2018: German forwarder Senator International responds to the strong demand in Querétaro, Mexico by starting new freighter operations between Frankfurt-Hahn, Germany, and Querétaro, Mexico.

The new Mexican freighter service will be operated twice a week utilising a Boeing 747-400F, with calls in Greenville-Spartanburg (GSP) in South Carolina.

On May 14, 2018, for the first time, the freighter operations took off.

“The Own Controlled Flight (OCF) operates regularly with two connections a week back and forth. All types of freight can be transported, especially oversized and heavy loads - with the highest quality, highest safety and highest reliability,” informs the company through a statement.

Customers can expect tailor-made services with short transit times through the use of exclusive handling areas at both airports, efficient freight handling, faster customs clearance, including pre-carriage and follow-up, and our services including direct access to capacity via the Senator booking desk for and use of a 24/7 control tower.

With this new Mexican destination, Senator International expands the Senator Atlantic Bridge, which has been successfully operating for a year and a half with its own transatlantic cargo traffic between Frankfurt-Hahn, Germany, and GSP, USA.

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