Yangtze River Express to fly to DFW

YANGTZE River Express is to start flying to Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport four times weekly starting 22 May. This is the second US destination for the Shanghai-based cargo carrier, a joint venture between China Airlines and HNA, and its fourth outside of China.

“The central location of DFW and the strong North Texas market is really encouraging a lot of growth for our business,” said Paul Hsueh, vice-president marketing and sales, Yangtze River Express. “DFW’s great airfield access and ability to move cargo to its final destination were key factors in our decision.”

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