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On 11 October 2000, Air France Cargo inaugurated its new cargo terminal at Hahn Airport in Germany.
This 12,000 square-metre terminal will eventually have a cargo capacity of 100,000 tonnes per year. It will be equipped with systems enabling it to break down 128 pallets, and 16 docks to optimize the handling of import and export truck shipments.
With these new facilities, Air France Cargo has set up a major logistics platform between its G1XL Paris Hub and Germany.
Located 540 kms from Paris and 120 kms north-west of Frankfurt, Hahn Airport occupies a strategic crossroads in the heart of Europe. Air France Cargo has been based in Hahn since 1997, with the installation of its first cargo terminal covering 7,300 sq.m.
The cargo volumes handled by Air France in Hahn increased by 48 percent in 1999/00 attaining 30,000 tonnes.
In addition to its own logistics development, Air France Cargo, as a member of the "SkyTeam Cargo" Alliance, has been selling hold-space on Delta Air Logistic flights out of Munich and Stuttgart since 1 July, and out of Frankfurt as from 1 November 2000.
The strategy implemented by Air France Cargo has enabled it to significantly strengthen its business activity between France and Germany, one of Europe's largest markets.
(Presseerklärung Air-France Cargo vom 11.Oktober 2000)