Qatar signs up for AFRA

Qatar Airways Cargo has signed up to OAG Cargo’s portal service at the recent Air Freight Asia 2007 conferenceand exhibition in Hong Kong.   Qatar Airways Cargo will also use OAG Cargo’s Air Freight Rates (AFRA) application for rates management and distribution. It plans to upload all of its rates onto the AFRA service by […]


Qatar Airways Cargo has signed up to OAG Cargo’s portal service at the recent Air Freight Asia 2007 conferenceand exhibition in Hong Kong.

 

Qatar Airways Cargo will also use OAG Cargo’s Air Freight Rates (AFRA) application for rates management and distribution. It plans to upload all of its rates onto the AFRA service by the end of the year.

There are now over 4.2 million rates published on AFRA, posted by over 450 airlines and currently used by more than 9,000 freight forwarding users. John Batten, general manager cargo at Qatar Airways, said: “We recognise OAG Cargo as a proven and cost effi – cient way to keep our customers around the world informed about our growing network and services and to enable them to obtain easy access to accurate and timely rate information.”