Singapore Airlines Cargo kick-starts Kansai service

SINGAPORE Airlines Cargo launched a twice-weekly 747-400 freighter service to Kansai Airport (Japan) via Hong Kong (China) on 13 May.

The airline will operate the route until 29 October, transporting cargo including LCD panels, semiconductors, solar battery panels and lithium-ion batteries.

Cargo capacity generated by the freighter will complement belly hold space available in Singapore Airlines’ daily passenger services between Singapore and Kansai.

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