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Post  Johnathon Neilsen on Fri Jun 12, 2009 2:59 am

http://www.skycargo.com/ournetwork/routemap/routemap.asp

Hmm I didnt think they were that big! However most spac eis underneath on passenger flights, theres only a few dedicated freighter flights.

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Emirates Sky Cargo Destinations

Post  Chris Claridge on Sat Jun 13, 2009 10:34 pm

This is only the base for what I plan to do with this list. When I have more time, I'll add what aircraft is used, ICAO & IATA airport codes, frequency of the flights, and possibly route of flight info if I can find it.


Emirates Sky Cargo Destinations:

Dubai:
• Amsterdam
• Caracas
• Chennai
• Dhaka
• Düsseldorf
• Entebbe
• Frankfurt
• Hong Kong
• Gothenburg
• Islamabad
• Lagos
• Lahore
• Milan
• Nairobi
• Shanghai
• Taipei
• Toledo
• Zaragoza

Addis Ababa:
• Dubai

Eldoret:
• Dubai

Entebbe:
• Dubai
• Addis Ababa

Nairobi:
• Dubai

Chennai:
• Dubai

Islamabad:
• Dubai
• Taipei

Hong Kong:
• Bangkok
• Dubai
• Chennai

Lahore:
• Dubai
• Taipei

Shanghai:
• Dubai

Amsterdam:
• Dubai

Dusseldorf:
• Dubai

Frankfurt-Hahn:
• Dubai
• Toledo

Gothenburg:
• Dubai

Milan:
• Dubai

Zaragoza:
• Dubai

Toledo:
• Frankfurt
• Dubai

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Post  Johnathon Neilsen on Sat Jun 13, 2009 10:36 pm

Thanks Chris, so they are all the dedicated 74F flights? If you are interested I might give you a position, President of Cargo Operations (SkyCargo Manager for short lol)

Then that way we can get the ball rolling on their operations as well.

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Post  Chris Claridge on Sat Jun 13, 2009 10:43 pm

As far as I know, these are indeed dedicated freighter flights. I've spent the last two hours or so Googling and Wikipediaing the Cargo branch and the individual airports to see what all the information says. Some of it doesn't gel with what other sites say, and some does. This is the best dedicated freighter destination list I could nail down, but I plan on researching further when I have time. I'm going to use UAE's Sky Cargo flight look-up function to cross check all of these flights, so hopefully in a few days I'll have an almost, if not perfect, cargo list formulated, and then I can start looking up routes and what not.

I'll do this with or without a title John, anything to help get the VA running. I'd be more than happy to step in as SCM if you'd like, or you can wait and see who else applies. Just trying to set the base work up ya know?

Chris


Edit: I've noticed that some of the flights that supposedly depart from Dubai, don't have return service. This is going on my list of things to verify. I'll keep you all informed of what I find out.


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Post  Johnathon Neilsen on Sat Jun 13, 2009 10:45 pm

Chris,

Thats fantastic. Great to see dedication! You my friend are hired! afro

I have the aircraft regos, SELCALs and Serial Numbers in the fleet forum If you need them at anystage.

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Post  Chris Claridge on Sat Jun 13, 2009 10:51 pm

Glad to help!

After I get all the flights and aircraft sorted out, I can use the list of registrations and SELCAL's to assign aircraft to each route. This will probably not be for a week or so, but when it's done, it will provide a little extra realism whenever the pilot goes to make a Sky Cargo flight.

Hopefully after all this route business is said and done, I can try and make a little cargo training manual. I have the Angle of Attack PMDG 747 training DVD, along with the PMDG 747/74F, so I have the materials needed. Keep an eye out for updates on this also.

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Post  Johnathon Neilsen on Sat Jun 13, 2009 10:52 pm

Excellent Stuff Chris! Look forward to it!

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Post  Robert Kurtz on Sat Jun 13, 2009 10:59 pm

Can I get an Offical Title for Chris so I can make him an avatar image?

VP Cargo Operations? That'll squeeze in there nicely next to VP Operations.

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Post  Johnathon Neilsen on Sat Jun 13, 2009 11:00 pm

Chris Claridge, Vice President Cargo Operations, yep sound great!

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Post  Chris Claridge on Sat Jun 13, 2009 11:11 pm

Sounds good to me.

I just finished doing a little more research before heading off to bed (not sure where you all live, but it's just past midnight here). I just read through a pamphlet found on Sky Cargo's website about the 777F, and it seems like when they get their new birds, the division will be expanding rapidly. It said something about 100 destinations, but I'm wondering if they're including Pax/Freight Combi flights? Even more to look at! But if it turns out that they are expanding their dedicated freighter list, we'll have an even bigger drawing point for sim pilots who prefer cargo ops. This is one of the great things about mirroring an expanding airline, there's always new things to bring in people.

As always, I'll keep you updated.


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Post  Johnathon Neilsen on Sat Jun 13, 2009 11:14 pm

Thanks Again chris, well is just after 3 in the afternoon here in Australia. Very Happy

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Post  Chris Claridge on Sat Jun 13, 2009 11:18 pm

That would explain the activity difference. I'll try and make any updates late at night so that it will catch you guys when you log on.

Robert,

Thanks for the avatar. Veddy veddy nice!


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