Air Incheon welcomed to Hanoi

Air Incheon (KJ) has launched a six times a week B767-300 freighter service from Incheon to Hanoi.
Terminal operator Air Cargo Services of Vietnam (ACSV) is Air Incheon’s cargo handling partner at Hanoi.
ACSV is providing a one-stop-shop ramp- and terminal handling service for all KJ flights through Hanoi.
Air Transport Services Group (ATSG) has delivered the first of two Boeing 767-300 converted freighters to Air Incheon under a six-year dry lease arrangement.
The South Korean carrier has also agreed to lease a second B767-300F, with post-modification delivery due in the latter half of 2018, from the US lessor group’s ATSG West Leasing subsidiary.
Air Incheon president and founder, YK Park said: “We are very excited about our new services to Hanoi, marking the beginning of the next stage in our global expansion plans. ACSV’s solid experience in handling VUN shipments and freighter aircrafts makes it our ideal & long term service partner.”
Said Binh Vuong Thanh, general director of ACSV: “We are very pleased to have been given the opportunity to cooperate with Air Incheon in this important stage of their development, and look forward to creating a long term successful partnership together.”
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