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                                               January 2009

 Delta confirms Sydney flights                                                                 An official announcement on cargo
                                                                                               arrangements for the new flights is expected
                                                                                               from Delta headquarters in Atlanta.

                                                                                               Delta is the world's largest airline following its
                                                                                               recent takeover of Northwest Airlines.

                                                                                               Boeing sets new Dreamliner dates
 MCH Holding has welcomed confirmation that
 Delta Air Lines will begin a daily nonstop                                                     Boeing has announced a new schedule for its
 service between Sydney and Los Angeles                                                        delayed 787 Dreamliner jet program.
 International Airport from 03 July 2009.
                                                                                               The plane maker recently saw an end to a
 The airline will operate B777-200LR aircraft                                                  union-machinists strike and also dealt with
 offering up to 18 tonnes cargo capacity,                                                      thousands of improperly installed fasteners on
 however due to the length of the flight, cargo                                                the first couple of jetliners on the production
 space is often weight-restricted, especially on                                               line.
 the inbound flights.
                                                                                               The new schedule puts the Dreamliner
 MCH Holding chief executive Borje Lindmark                                                    program about two years behind schedule,
 said forwarders and shippers will benefit from                                                with the first flight now expected in the second
 Delta's extensive US network                                                                  quarter of 2009 and first delivery to customers
                                                                                               in the first quarter of 2010.

Lufthansa Cargo to fly Europe-china-Oz             Qantas takes delivery of its second
air-sea cargo                                      A380

                                                   AUSTRALIAN airline Qantas says it has taken
                                                   delivery of its second Airbus A380 this year.

                                                   This latest aircraft is scheduled to begin
                                                   operating services between Melbourne and
                                                   Los Angeles and Sydney and Los Angeles on
                                                   December 22.
LUFTHANSA Cargo is commencing a                    Qantas's third A380 aircraft on order will be
combined air and sea freight service from          delivered later this month, and commence
Europe to Australia via China from the             service between Sydney and London via
beginning of next year, to accommodate             Singapore on January 16, a statement from the
growing demand in Australia.                       airline said.
From January 1, the carrier intends to fly cargo   The first A380 to join the Qantas has been
shipments daily from Europe to Shenzhen and        operating up to three services a week between
Hong Kong and then provide onwards carriage        Melbourne, Sydney and Los Angeles since
by sea to the Australian cities of Melbourne,      October.
Brisbane and Sydney.
                                                   "This second aircraft will allow us to increase
To provide the service Lufthansa Cargo will        frequency to Los Angeles to as many as six
utilise the Shenzhen cargo hub of its subsidiary   return services each week," said executive
Jade Cargo International. The company said in      general manager of Qantas, John Borghetti.
a statement that "fast and seamless transition     "The delivery of aircraft three will see Qantas
of cargo shipments from aircraft to ship is        commence of three return services per week
guaranteed by new AirShip Centres in               between Sydney and London Heathrow in
Shenzhen and Hong Kong." Transport from            January." He added that that a fourth A380 is
start-to-finish will be operated under a single    scheduled to be delivered in the first half of
air waybill number.                                2009.
"AirShip transport is an addition to our td. Pro   A further four A380s are expected to be
service for general cargo. With it, we are         delivered throughout the remainder of 2009,
offering customers a reliable, high-quality        and a total of 20 A380s are scheduled to be in
transport solution to Australia, which ideally     service by the end of 2013.
combines the time and cost advantages of air
and sea freight," said Lufthansa Cargo vice
president Europe/Africa J. Florian Pfaff.

The multimodal air/ship service is expected to
offer a transit time of between 14 and 18 days
by combining both air and sea freight modes of
transportation, the release added.

CT Freight airfreight’s very rare sports

Ct Freight recently freighted a Porsche 911
993 II - very rare car worth over 250,000.00 &
1979 Lotus formula 1 car driven by Mario

CT Freight supports local surf life saving

                                         Clive Thomas –
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