Low cost carrier Jetstar Asia increases cargo volumes

Jetstar Asia is predicting it will carry more than 15,000 tons of cargo this year, a 25% increase on last year’s total.
Operating with a fleet of A320s, the low cost carrier serves 30 destinations in southeast and north Asia as well as Darwin in Australia from its hub in Singapore.
Jetstar Asia partners with the GSSA, ECS Group, and through the group’s Total Cargo Management system works with all the big multinational  forwarders as well as express, courier and mail providers.
ECS Group chief executive Adrien Thominet said: “We could not be more satisfied with the tonnage increase and the place Jetstar Asia has taken in the Asian cargo market.”

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