Atlas Air expands agreement with Nippon Cargo Airlines
Jan 9, 2019: Yesterday, Atlas Air has expanded its strategic agreement with Nippon Cargo Airlines (NCA) to add three NCA-owned Boeing 747-400 freighters to the existing operation, bringing the total number of 747-400Fs operated on behalf of NCA to five.
The incremental aircraft will be operated on key routes across the fast-growing transpacific market, and are scheduled to enter service in April, July and September 2019.
William J Flynn, president and chief executive officer, Atlas Air Worldwide said: “NCA has selected Atlas Air to operate its entire 747-400F fleet, and we look forward to continuing to provide NCA and its customers with an unmatched service and a platform for future global expansion.”
Hitoshi Oshika, president and chief executive officer, NCA said: “The partnership with Atlas has enabled NCA to expand our network to capture growth opportunities throughout Asia. The addition of these three aircraft will allow NCA to provide our customers with additional airfreight capacity, especially for the growing e-commerce business.”
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