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Airfreight and special handling from/to Rostock – when time is of the essence Aquiline Austria plans regular cargo services between Linz and Rostock-Laage
As of October 2019, the cargo and flight leasing company Aquiline Austria is planning regular cargo connections between Linz/AT and Rostock on the German Baltic Sea coast with a Boeing 737. International onward transports from/to Asia and North America are also possible from Linz with the existing B747-400 cargo routes.
Aquiline Austria, based in Innsbruck, was founded from the companies Air Alps and Welcome Air. The parent company Aquiline International has been operating successfully in the freight business with a Boeing fleet for more than 20 years. The Aquiline Austria fleet currently includes Boeing 747-400 and 737-300 planes for freight transport and a Boeing 737 in the passage segment.
In addition to standard air freight, the planned cargo services can also transport time-sensitive freight, such as post or perishable goods like fruit, vegetables and fish, along with project cargo with a capacity of up to 20 tonnes per flight.
The Rostock-Laage airport offers all the conditions for handling airfreight 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It enables fast transport to destinations with its central location, short distances to Germany's largest cities, and direct access to the motorway and seaport. Optimum conditions are provided by a modern infrastructure, flexibility and an onsite customs station. All necessary licenses for freight operation are available to transport goods quickly and responsibly by air or truck, or for carrying out special handling.
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