CMA CGM expands air division with two new Boeing 777 freighters

French CMA CGM expands its air cargo division with two new Boeing 777 aircraft during a period of capacity shortage in seaborne supply chains.

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CMA CGM adds two new Boeing 777 freighters to its air cargo division, which was launched in February this year.

The two aircraft mark the first direct order from the shipping major's air division, informs CMA CGM in an announcement.

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