Suparna launches Brussels freighter flights

By Damian Brett

Suparna Airlines at Brussels Airport

Suparna Airlines has added a new freighter flight to Brussels.

The Boeing B747F service will call at the Belgian airport three-times-per-week on a rotation of Nanjing – Zhengzhou – Brussels – Moscow – Nanjing.

Freight activities are more important than ever for the economy and health services in Belgium,” Brussels said.By keeping air links open worldwide for the transportation of pharmaceuticals, medical supplies and all kinds of different deliveries, we are fighting coronavirus. Suparna will immediately strengthen our freight operations.”

The first call of the service took place today.

Suparna Airlines forms part of China’s HNA Group, which also owns and operates Hainan Airlines. Formerly Yangtze River Airlines. It is known in China as Jinpeng,

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