Air China Cargo is the first mainland Chinese carrier to ban the transport of shark fins

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Jan 09, 2017: Air China Cargo becomes the first Mainland China carrier to ban the transport of shark fins.

Air China Cargo has a long standing commitment to playing role in a more sustainable world.

“We were one of the first airlines in China to raise the awareness of the unsustainability of the global shark trade. We understand the community’s desire to promote responsible and sustainable marine sourcing practices, and this remains important to Air China Cargo’s overall sustainable development goals,” said the airline company through a statement.

“Therefore, on the issue of shark fin, we reiterate our “No Shark Fin” carriage policy,” adds the company.

Last year, Hong Kong airlines Cathay Pacific and HK Express joined a number of carriers pledging to end the practice, including Kenya Airways and British Airways.

Airlines banned transport of shark fins

Air Canada

Virgin Atlantic Airways

Etihad Airways

Air New Zealand

Asiana Airlines

Qantas

Korean Airlines

Eva Air

Aeroméxico

LAN Chile/LATAM Airlines Group

Garuda Indonesia

Qatar Airways

Finnair

Lufthansa

KLM (Royal Dutch Airlines)

Air Asia

Philippine Airlines

Emirates

Air Seychelles

Singapore Airlines

Thai Airways

Cebu Pacific

Swiss Airways

Air France

COPA

Jet Airways

China Airlines of Taiwan

American Airlines

Sri Lankan Airlines

Kenya Airways

Iberia

British Airways

Cathay Pacific Airways

Dragonair

HK Express

Air China

Airlines that continue to transport shark fin

Aerolíneas Argentinas

Air India

All Nippon Airlines (ANA)

China Airlines

China Southern

Ethiopian Airlines

Gol, Iberia

Iran Air

Japan Airlines

Lion Air

Pakistan International Airlines (PIA)

South African Airlines

Transportes Aéreos Portugueses (TAP)

United Airlines

Vietnam Airlines

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