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DOHAFrom Dec. 14, Qatar Airways Cargo will launch three times weekly Boeing 777-300 passenger freighters to Harstad-Narvik Airport (EVE) located in the Evenes Municipality of Northern Norway. The airport serves the towns of Harstad and Narvik in Nordland county.
The three times weekly freighters will depart on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, providing over 150 tonnes of cargo capacity for exporters from Northern Norway each week. Seafood and salmon will account for the majority of exports on these flights. There will also be 50 tonnes available every week for imports from the airline’s network into Harstad-Narvik Airport.

Through these flights out of Northern Norway, the airline’s customers in the region benefit from reduced transport times as the shipments can be directly flown from Harstad-Narvik Airport via Doha to the main markets of Africa, Asia, and the Middle East without having to be trucked or shipped to the airline’s gateway in Oslo. This is a crucial factor when transporting perishables.

The Nordics region is an important market for the airline. Its current Nordics network includes Oslo, Stockholm, Helsinki, and Copenhagen with a total weekly cargo capacity of over 2000 tonnes, seafood being the majority of exports.

The carrier’s QR Fresh solution maintains all types of perishables at their optimal temperature from origin through to the final destination, preserving the quality and freshness of the food products.

Qatar Airways has become the largest international carrier and grown its market share even during the pandemic.#
Via (Qatar Airways)
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