Post Tagged with: "China Cargo Airlines"

China Southern reported a solid increase in September traffic.

Air China Cargo and China Southern Cargo to merge?

May 10, 2017 at 11:00 am 2 comments

As the Chinese Government moves to pare down its outlays on state-owned behemoths, it has been widely reported that the cargo and logistics operations of Beijing-based Air China and Guangzhou-based China Southern will be divested and merged into a single entity. Sources quoted in Bloomberg have even identified potential investorsRead More

China Cargo Airlines is using its 777Fs to make the long haul from Peru to China.

New frontiers for China Cargo Airlines

December 5, 2016 at 10:40 am 0 comments

On 29 November, China Eastern Airlines reached an agreement to sell its main-deck cargo business, including China Cargo Airlines, to CEA Holding for US$353 million. As things stand before the sale (which is awaiting approval), China Eastern Airlines is the sole owner of Eastern Logistics, which in turn, owns 83%Read More

China’s freighter fleet grows – and the pace is accelerating

China’s freighter fleet grows – and the pace is accelerating

January 27, 2016 at 10:52 am 0 comments

Two themes that have featured heavily in the air logistics media recently are the lack of growth in air freight demand, and the shift of what volume remains from freighters to the bellies of the current generation of widebody passenger aircraft. Moving from air cargo news to worldwide political andRead More

A long-distance blueberry

A long-distance blueberry

December 28, 2015 at 10:33 am 2 comments

After a holiday season spent over-eating, doesn’t the idea of replacing high-calorie desserts with some simple, healthful, fresh fruit sound good? Of course it does. But the real question isn’t whether you would like some fresh blueberries or cherries this evening, but how far are you willing to go toRead More

Cherry Season

Cherry Season

July 8, 2014 at 10:53 am 0 comments

It’s early summer and for the Pacific Northwest that means it’s the height of Cherry season, so no points for guessing what this China Cargo Airlines 777F is carrying as it departs SeaTac for Shanghai Pudong. As in previous summers, the export of Washington Cherries brings atypical visitors to SeattleRead More

Sixth 777LRF for China Cargo Airlines

Sixth 777LRF for China Cargo Airlines

July 25, 2011 at 3:05 pm 0 comments

China Cargo Airlines took delivery of their first of six 777LRFs back in February of 2010, and is now operating five of the new freighters, with the latest delivered just last month. Cargo Facts spied the sixth and (thus far) final aircraft for “Cargo King” returning from its first flight,Read More

30 Years of Cargo Facts: The MD11F Arrives

30 Years of Cargo Facts: The MD11F Arrives

May 5, 2011 at 2:44 pm 0 comments

Deliveries of the MD-11 began in 1990, after several years of work on the part of McDonnell-Douglas to reinvent their large Trijet. Although the MD-11 was launched in 1986, work had actually begun on improvements to its parent and predecessor, the DC-10 as far back as a decade prior toRead More