Raya Airways signs up Hactl for Hong Kong freighter flights

Raya Airways freighter being unloaded by Hactl at Hong Kong

Raya Airways, the Malaysian freighter operator, has appointed Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Limited (Hactl) as its ground handler in Hong Kong.

The airline operates five-times weekly between Hong Kong and its home base of Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport, Subang, utilising a B767F. This provides capacity for contracted integrator traffic, supplemented with general cargo outbound, and perishables inbound.

Hactl is providing Raya Airways with a one-stop service including ramp handling, terminal handling and documentation.

Hactl executive director Vivien Lau said: “We warmly welcome Raya Airways to the Hactl family. Their direct services to Subang are a valuable addition to our portfolio, providing interesting new interline opportunities, and enabling Hong Kong’s forwarder community to reach yet another global destination direct via Hactl.”

As the designated national cargo carrier of Malaysia, Raya Airways has access to all the bilateral traffic rights provided for by the Malaysian government. Raya Airways also offers ad hoc charters in addition to its scheduled flights, with a fleet comprising B767, B757 and B737 freighters.

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