China Southern joins WebCargo

China Southern Air Logistics has become the first Chinese carrier to offer China import e-bookings on the Freightos WebCargo online platform. Forwarders will also benefit from WebCargo’s real-time booking with digital payments. [+]

Hainan link for Heathrow

China Southern is to launch a Guangzhou-Sanya-London Heathrow route from 12 July, making it the only carrier to fly from Hainan Island. It will be operated by Airbus A330-200 twice a week. [+]

Heathrow cargo marches on

Heathrow’s cargo traffic rose 13% in March to 148,000 tonnes – the largest monthly growth in over five years. The airport said long-haul emerging markets remain a driver of cargo performance, with key markets in March including Mexico (+28%), Brazil (+13%), India (+9%) and China (+5%) as well as 9000% ... [+]

Air France KLM signs China Southern deal

Air France KLM Martinair Cargo has signed a cargo domain agreement with China Southern Cargo, giving its customers access to the latter's cargo network in the Asia Pacific region. The Chinese carrier will similarly benefit from AF-KLM's network in Europe, Africa and the trans-Atlantic regions, AF-KLM will now be able to ... [+]

China Southern joins IAG’s Partner Plus programme

China Southern Airlines has become the latest airline to join IAG Cargo’s Partner Plus Programme with customers gaining access confirmed space booked on China Southern Airlines aircraft to a range of new destinations including Auckland, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Urumqi. IAG chief executive, Steve Gunning, commented: “Our Partner Plus Programme has ... [+]

New Guangzhou-Stansted freighter

China Southern Cargo has launched a new 777 freighter. Since 20JUN15, the airline added new service between Guangzhou and London Stansted. It will initially operate twice-weekly but a third service will be added from 23 July. The return service is via Frankfurt. There is also a thour times a week ... [+]

Cakes and flowers to mark first e-freight shipments

Schiphol Cargo, IATA and China’s Central Customs Department will exchange mooncakes - a traditional delicacy and Dutch flowers to mark the first e-freight shipments between China and Amsterdam on 1 October, which is also China's National Day. It follows a visit to Schiphol by a delegation of high-ranking officials from ... [+]

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