Budapest, Düsseldorf and Hamburg Airports team up at Air Cargo China trade fair

"Sister airports" offer alternative to cargo hubs / airports present their modern airfreight infrastructures.

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Cargo experts explain the benefits of the three airfreight sites

“Air cargo does not have to be processed at major hubs. Non-hub airports also have benefits to offer,” says Alexander Müller, Head of Cargo at Hamburg Airport. “With efficient operational processes, a direct connection to the apron, and a multi-user concept, our Hamburg Airport Cargo Center, which opened in 2016, is ideally suited to provide efficient, tailored logistics solutions. In total, the HACC has capacity for around 150,000 tonnes of freight per year — more than double the volume handled in 2017. In cooperation with Düsseldorf and Budapest airports, our position is optimal. I look forward to many shared conversations at the trade fair in Shanghai.”