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Qatar Airways Cargo wins All-Cargo Carrier award

Posted 28 April 2016 · Add Comment

Qatar Airways Cargo was presented with the prestigious All-Cargo Carrier award at the 33rd Cargo Airline of the Year event.

Ulrich Ogiermann, Qatar Airways chief officer cargo said: “We are delighted and honoured to be presented with the All-Cargo Carrier award at the Cargo Airline of the Year event. We are grateful to all of our hardworking and committed employees as well as our customers for their continued support. This award highlights our dedication to our customers. With our rapidly expanding network, modern fleet and new solutions, we strive to offer customers unmatched service on the ground and in the air.”

 

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