LufthaAir Cargo shipcrew will be paid to take the cargo, which will include fuel, air conditioning, food and medicine, to the crew of the ship’s cargo ship.

The crew will have the opportunity to receive compensation, which can be as little as $300 or as much as $5,000 per year.

The airline’s announcement comes as the airline continues to improve its cargo service with several new routes being added and the airline also announced a new fleet of 777s, which are the largest ever built.

The new Luf-8 service will include a full schedule of flights that will include five daily flights between Lufthouse and Luftwalden, according to the airline.

The company also plans to add new routes to expand its service to the cities of Muhlenberg and Cologne.

The LufiaAir Cargo service is expected to be in service in 2019.