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YTO Cargo Airline opens new routes to the Philippines and Uzbekistan

YTO Cargo Airlines has expanded its network with two new routes to Tashkent International Airport (TAS) in Uzbekistan and Manila International Airport (MNL) in the Philippines, reports New York's Air Cargo World

YTO Cargo Airline opens new routes to the Philippines and Uzbekistan

YTO Cargo Airlines has expanded its network with two new routes to Tashkent International Airport (TAS) in Uzbekistan and Manila International Airport (MNL) in the Philippines, reports New York's Air Cargo World

22 July 2019 - 19:00

YTO Cargo Airlines has expanded its network with two new routes to Tashkent International Airport (TAS) in Uzbekistan and Manila International Airport (MNL) in the Philippines, reports New York's Air Cargo World.

Deploying a B737F, the first route will connect western China's Urumqi International Airport (URC) to Uzbekistan's Tashkent International Airport (TAS). According to YTO, the flight is the first direct international freighter flight to fly from URC and the carrier's ninth international freighter flight in its network.



YTO Cargo Airlines said it is optimistic about leveraging URC as a gateway to western Asia and Russia. The move will also support an increase in cargo moving through URC as it continues its efforts to develop as a regional hub for cargo.



YTO Cargo Airlines said it has further plans to launch two to three new international cargo routes from URC in the latter half of 2019, though details on these flights are forthcoming.



YTO Cargo Airlines will use a B757 to operate the second route connecting Manila International Airport (MNL) to Hangzhou (HGH) thrice weekly.



The carrier first flew the new route mid-July. Each flight will offer 50 tonnes of capacity, which YTO predicts will carry more than 8,000 tonnes of mail and cargo through HGH per annum - most of this cargo is expected to be seafood and e-commerce.


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