Silk Way to start twice weekly service to Tianjin, China
Oct 17, 2018: Baku-based Silk Way West Airlines (SWW) is to start a twice weekly service to Tianjin connecting its global Hub in Baku with one of the leading industrial centers in Northern China.
“With this service we will close the strategic gap in offering as well full freighter services to booming Northern China,” informed Wolfgang Meier, President of SWW.
The all cargo carrier informs that that service will run every Friday and Sunday and will offer smooth transit options through SWW’s own controlled global hub in Baku.
“We have noticed a strong demand East and West bound with automotive and aerospace related goods leading the commodity list. Throughout the whole planning process there was a great cooperation with representatives of Tianjin Airport in order to set up the new flight for us for which we are thankful,” commented Meier.
The carrier recently increased flight frequencies between its hub in Baku and Zhengzhou from 4 to 6 per week.
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