China approves new cargo operator

THE Civil Aviation Administration of China has approved an air operator’s certificate for new freighter operator Shunfeng Airways.The carrier will operate two Boeing 757-200 freighters, starting out with around 20 flights per week, based in Shenzhen International Airport.Shunfeng Airways is a joint set up between Chinese express courier company SF Express and the Shenzhen Tai Hai Investment company.
 

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