Air China Cargo freighter duo lands

TWO 747-400BCFs will join the Air China Cargo (ACC) fleet by the end of March.
The 747s are the last two from Cathay Pacific’s four freighters it is putting into its joint venture with Air China.
ACC is looking to expand its Asia network, having obtained approval for the Shanghai (China)-Chennai (India) sector three days a week.
Other cargo destinations include Dakar (Senegal), Singapore and Ho Minh City (Vietnam).
Inside China in the meantime, ACC is focusing on Chengdu, Chongqing and Zhengzhou.

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