Great Wall heads for the USA

GREAT Wall Airlines announced that it will commence B747-400 freighter services to the USA from 1 June, 2008. The new 3 times per week B747-400 freighter service, will route Shanghai-Seoul-Seattle-Chicago.

“Our focus for the rest of the year will be on growing our network to USA,” said Tan Kai Ping, president of Great Wall Airlines. “We intend to introduce more frequencies and more destinations in the coming months.”

Great Wall Airlines recently received the Cargo Award for 2007 from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, for being the largest contributor to cargo growth at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport in 2007.

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