High air freight rates have triggered a flurry of cargo applications from a wide range of airlines, big and small, to operate to the US.
Hainan Airlines is to launch a three-times-a-week operation between Shanghai and Los Angeles, using a 787-9 configured for cargo, following approval last week from the US Department of Transport (DoT).
However, the DoT ruled that the carrier, in line with other Chinese airlines, is not permitted to …
The post High air freight rates see flurry of applications to fly cargo into the US appeared first on The Loadstar.
Source: The Loadstar