Freighter refers to a vessel or an aircraft dedicated to carry air cargo or used for the carriage of air cargo.

Ref: 123857/2006-09-26

Freighter which is also called cargo liner, is a ship
designed to carry general cargo. It sails according to a schedule between different ports. Occasionally a small number of passengers can also be accommodated.

Ref: 123815/2006-09-22

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Cargo liner (Cargo liner is pertaining to a ship designed to ...)
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