SF Airlines, China’s leading air cargo carrier, on Saturday opened an international cargo route linking northwest China’s Xi’an city and Tokyo, Japan, the company announced.
The Xi’an-Tokyo route will use the B767-300 all-cargo freighter with one round-trip flight per week.
Since 2017, SF Airlines has launched multiple China-Japan routes such as Wuxi-Osaka, Shanghai-Tokyo and Wuhan-Osaka routes.
These routes provide efficient and stable transport services for the import and export business, cross-border e-commerce and delivery of anti-pandemic supplies.
Headquartered in Shenzhen, SF Airlines is the aviation branch of China’s delivery giant SF Express. It currently operates a fleet of 62 all-cargo freighters and has a global air cargo network of 77 destinations at home and abroad.