Keeping goods moving via Frankfurt Airport: Europe’s leading cargo airport ensures delivery of vital supplies
Airfreight plays a key role in delivering essential supplies and Frankfurt Airport’s cargo community is cooperating closely to meet the challenges of the changed airfreight industry due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In addition to national airline airBaltic, on 2 June Lufthansa and Finnair resumed flights from Riga Airport. Subject to flight permits issued by the Minister of Transport, it is possible to travel from Riga Airport to a total of nine destinations: Amsterdam, Oslo, Helsinki, Frankfurt, Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Vilnius and Tallinn.
London City Airport has announced plans to restart commercial operations from the end of June. With more details to be announced alongside airline partners shortly, it is expected that domestic services to key UK cities and regions will begin first.
Special transfer flights to commence linking 20 destinations through Abu Dhabi International Airport
The General Civil Aviation Authority has approved special transfer flights operating out of Abu Dhabi International Airport. The flights beginning on 10 June will be some of the first commercial passenger journeys available through Abu Dhabi since 25 March 2020.
Frankfurt Airport has announced that more destinations are planned from the first week in June, with the range of routes extended, especially to major European cities. The airport is implementing extensive anti-infection measures so flights can resume, while Terminal 1 remains the focal point of passenger handling.