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Taiwan's China Airlines Cargo launches Mumbai freighter service

TAIWAN's China Airlines is to launch a freighter service from Mumbai operating four flights a week, two per week coming from Taipei to Mumbai and going forward to Amsterdam, and two per week coming from Amsterdam and going to Taipei

Taiwan's China Airlines Cargo launches Mumbai freighter service

TAIWAN's China Airlines is to launch a freighter service from Mumbai operating four flights a week, two per week coming from Taipei to Mumbai and going forward to Amsterdam, and two per week coming from Amsterdam and going to Taipei

11 November 2019 - 19:00

TAIWAN's China Airlines is to launch a freighter service from Mumbai operating four flights a week, two per week coming from Taipei to Mumbai and going forward to Amsterdam, and two per week coming from Amsterdam and going to Taipei.

The new service comes after the airline - the cargo division of China Airlines Limited of Taiwan - has been operating in the Delhi market for 20 years.



Group Concorde, which has been the airline's general cargo sales agent in India for the last 20 years, will also look after the sales in Mumbai.



The operations will focus on active and passive pharma after the GVK-led Mumbai International Airport Limited (MIAL) became the first airport in India and third in Asia to achieve IATA CEIV certification in April, reports Mumbai's STAT Trade Times.



For pharmaceuticals, China Airlines Cargo offers services for products requiring the strictest temperature control, products that need to be kept in a certain range of temperature, and products that need to be stored in temperature-controlled facilities or room temperature.



Subject to all government approvals, the first flight is scheduled to operate on November 16 westbound, and November 17 eastbound.


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