Saudia Cargo wins Airline of the Year-Asia Award at ACN Awards

Saudia won Airline of the Year-Asia Award at Air Cargo News Awards 2021 in London, a highly coveted industry award-giving body distinctively referred to as its Oscars counterpart.


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Saudi Cargo safely transported more than 500,000 tons of cargo and operated over 6,000 cargo flights in 2020. With uninterrupted airfreight services between KSA, Asia-Pacific, and beyond, using innovative pax-freighter solutions, the carrier helped supply Saudi Arabia and the world with vital medical cargo like PPE, masks, ventilators, medicines, vaccines, among other necessities.


Strategically located connecting East and West, Saudi has become an airbridge for Saudia Cargo to seamlessly transport goods between continents in less than 10 hours, safely and quickly.


Saudia Cargo flies to China, Singapore, Vietnam, South Korea, Malaysia, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, the Philippines, and other major cities in Asia. With flourishing e-commerce industry, the cargo carrier seeks to expand its network, services, and frequencies in the region. Lately, Saudi Cargo became the preferred courier in Hong Kong and China for leading online platforms with its highly reliable weekly flights.


Saudia Cargo CEO Teddy Zebitz said: “The pandemic remains a major threat to the world and we are proud and happy to contribute to the global efforts to address this situation by safely and efficiently transporting medical cargo and other essential goods, including e-commerce, between continents. Winning this award for Saudia Cargo means so much to our teams around the world, on air and on the ground. Thank you for this recognition which will surely motivate us to do better in empowering people, businesses and communities.”


“Saudia Cargo is well-positioned and well-prepared to transport cargo of any kind throughout Asia, the Middle East and beyond, as trade activities between countries pick-up to support development projects, e-commerce and global economic recovery efforts in general. We’re here to connect the world’s cargo.”