Hamburg, Budapest and Düsseldorf airports join forces to promote cost-effective gateway for Europe
The “Connect Differently” initiatives will help to make the cargo operations at these airports even more efficient
The cargo-friendly airports Hamburg Airport Budapest Airport and #DusseldorfAirport will showcase development & restructuring plans at @The International Air Cargo Association TIACA ’s Air Cargo Forum (ACF) in Toronto, Canada under the slogan #ConnectDifferently.
The second-tier hubs all have a special focus on cargo, offering flexible operations 365 days a year and all are investing in new facilities and equipment, as cargo volumes at all three airports continue to grow.
Budapest Airport last month started construction of its 20,000 sq m Cargo City, part of its EUR160 million Development Program called BUD2020.
Düsseldorf Airport Cargo GmbH is a 100 per cent subsiderary of DUS Airport in Germany, which is restructuring to be able to handle up to 200,000 metric tonnes of cargo a year.
The hub is also investing in two customised airside temperature controlled dollies for the transport of pharmaceutical goods.
Hamburg Airport has invested around EUR50 million in the new Hamburg Airport Cargo Centre (HACC).
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