SF Airlines, China's leading air cargo carrier, has launched a new international cargo route linking central China's Wuhan and Vietnam's capital Hanoi, the airline said on March 31.
The Wuhan-Hanoi route that started operation on March 30 will provide services of four weekly round-trip flights carried out by the B757-200 all-cargo freighter, according to SF Airlines.
The new route is expected to serve as an efficient and stable air cargo channel between central China and Southeast Asia. It will mainly meet import and export logistics demands on carrying electronic products, electronic accessories, cloth rolls and other goods.
Headquartered in Shenzhen, SF Airlines is the aviation branch of China's delivery giant SF Express. It currently operates a fleet of 64 all-cargo freighters and has a global air cargo network of 77 destinations at home and abroad.
SF Airlines is committed to continuously expanding the air route network and enhancing air cargo transport capacity to support the global supply chain and China's new development paradigm of "dual circulation," the airline said.