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6th B777-200F Air Freighter Joins Air China Cargo

 

At 2:45 AM March 1, a B777-200F air freighter numbered B-2092 arrived in the Beijing Capital International Airport from Seattle. It will be put into daily flight operation by Air China Cargo upon arrival. This marks that the 6th all-new B777-200F air freighter ordered from Boeing has officially joined Air China Cargo.

To date, Air China Cargo has owned six B777-200F air freighters, three B747-400F air freighters and four B757-200SF air freighters which will operate simultaneously. According to the fleet plan, the other two B777-200F air freighters ordered from Boeing are scheduled to be delivered this year, and then Air China Cargo will become China's largest cargo airline.

With the vision of "becoming a cargo airline preferred by Chinese customers", in recent years, Air China Cargo has constantly optimized its fleet structure, expanded its airline network and improved its operation quality, and endeavored to offer customers quality, convenient and efficient services, thus creating a worldwide integrated airfreight network with Beijing and Shanghai as hubs. Now Air China Cargo exclusively operates all airliner bellyhold of Air China. With 1,111 truck routes worldwide as the supplement to its air freighter network and airliner bellyhold network, Air China Cargo has built up a perfect airline network combining air and ground operations, thereby delivering cargo to every part of the world rapidly.