Air China Cargo starts weekly Austrian flights

AIR China Cargo has launched its new route between China and Austria. The new service will have a 747 freighter fly Shanghai-Beijing-Vienna-Milan three times a week, with a capacity of 110 tons.Gu Dongfeng, deputy general manager of Air China Cargo, said that the new cargo service would consolidate long-term China-Europe trade, while Herbert Kaufmann, chief executive officer of Vienna International Airport, predicted the service would help promote bilateral economic and trade relations.Air China Cargo’s fleet encompasses nine B747-400 freighters and services 81 cities domestically and 44 cities internationally.

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