Air China Cargo ships freight to Schipol

Victoria
By Victoria September 14, 2012 14:26

Air China Cargo ships freight to Schipol

The inaugural Air China Cargo scheduled flight arrived on September 12 at Schiphol airport in Amsterdam. Air China Cargo will use 747-400 aircraft on the new services which are initially operating five times weekly from Shanghai, via Chengdu or Chonqing; flights return via Tianjin. The airline has slots for up to ten flights per week from Amsterdam with some of the new services into Schiphol replacing flights to Frankfurt.
Air China Cargo’s Executive Vice President and CFO, Mr.Huang Bin said: “Our new Amsterdam freighter service should be the first choice for customers who need direct service between the Netherlands and Northern China. This is now the third Air China Cargo freighter route serving Europe*, which demonstrates our pioneering spirit in the current market recovery, and our great confidence in the prospects for the air cargo market between China and the Netherlands.”

Victoria
By Victoria September 14, 2012 14:26
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