Air China to launch Beijing-Jakarta non-stop route
September 5, 2017: Air China will launch a new non-stop route between Beijing and Jakarta on September 26, 2017. The current route stops in Xiamen, with a total flight time of 9.5 hours. However, the new non-stop route, operated by Airbus A330-300 aircraft, will reduce the journey time to just 7 hours. This will offer passengers a faster, far comfier way to reach the sights and sounds of Jakarta.
Official figures from Indonesia show that over 1.4 million Chinese tourists visited Indonesia in 2016. This is an increase of nearly 14 percent over the previous year, making China the largest source country for inbound tourism. From autumn this year, Air China passengers will be able to travel non-stop to Jakarta, where they can relax and unwind from Beijing's frantic pace of living, appreciate Indonesia's unique history and culture and experience the dynamism of Southeast Asia. Visitors can find inner peace as they breathe in the coconut-scented sea air and absorb the breathtaking sights around them.
Jakarta is the capital and largest city of Indonesia. Since the 15th century, Indonesia has been a vital crossroads between the Indian and Pacific oceans, and an important hub for commercial and cultural exchange between East and West. In the days of the old maritime Silk Road, a steady procession of boats would call here to fill up with wares such as Chinese silk, porcelain and Indonesian spices, before setting sail for their final destination.
In recent years, Air China has launched new routes between Beijing and Mumbai, Colombo, Islamabad, Karachi and other Silk Road destinations. Last year, Air China also rolled out new connections between Hangzhou and Surat Thani, and Chongqing and Nha Trang.
You may also like:-
SEOSAT-Ingenio is the first Spanish satellite with optical technology, developed primarily by the Spanish space industry led by Airbus in Spain as the prime contractor.
Weekly direct flights will depart from Shanghai (PVG) every Monday and from Amsterdam (AMS) each Sunday to service for a post-COVID resurgence in demand during what is traditionally a fourth quarter peak season.
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol’s Pharma Cargo Community is collaborating to ensure the temperature-controlled supply chain is ready for the safe and efficient transportation of Covid-19 vaccines.
Through this partnership, Matternet will conduct a joint research project with JAL in Japan, as the company continues to expand its commercial business globally.
This partnership between the two companies is because of the e-commerce boom experienced in Belgium during the Covid-19 pandemic
After a five month pause, KLM will resume offering its non-stop service from Edmonton to Amsterdam, beginning October 29, 2020.
Under the terms of the MoU, Emirates SkyCargo and IHC will work together to develop innovative logistics solutions for effective crisis relief operations.
All communication will run via OSCA, from order confirmation and delivery planning to transport bookings and inquiries among other aspects of the software.
Laem Chabang has a range of strategic multi modal capabilities alongside its proximity to the country’s major deep sea port, transit cargo terminal and the future Thailand third airport project at U-Tapao.
The company said the new aircraft will boost the cargo and supply operations and help meet the significant surge on the demand for medicine, medical and preventive equipment and other similar goods.
Etihad Aviation Group has promoted Martin Drew to the role of managing director – Cargo and Logistics. Drew will assume the position on November 1.
The additional cold room (COL), with temperatures ranging from +2 degrees Celsius to +8 degrees Celsius, will provide the capacity required to handle Covid-19 vaccines.