Air Cargo Germany takes two freighters from AirBridgeCargo

The move will help carrier to enhance services to US, China, Mexico

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Two B747-400ER freighters have been added to the Air Cargo Germany (ACG) fleet to boost frequencies to US, Mexico and China. The two freighters have been taken over from ACG’s 49 per cent stakeholder Russia’s AirBridgeCargo. By October, when the two planes are inducted in the fleet, ACG will have six 747s, of which four are 747-400SFs. According to ACG chief executive Michael Bock, the additional aircraft will help ACG achieve its target of annual revenues of $545 million from $292 million in 2011.