Jade expands Europe-China capacity

Having overcome its pilot shortage, Jade Cargo International has raised the frequency of its service between Shenzhen and Amsterdam by adding two further flights on Thursday and Saturday. The total weekly frequencies to Amsterdam fromShenzhen are now seven flights. From Amsterdam, the flights return to Shanghai-Pudong and fly onwards to Brescia, Italy and Barcelona, Spain […]


Having overcome its pilot shortage, Jade Cargo International has raised the frequency of its service between Shenzhen and Amsterdam by adding two further flights on Thursday and Saturday. The total weekly frequencies to Amsterdam fromShenzhen are now seven flights.

From Amsterdam, the flights return to Shanghai-Pudong and fly onwards to Brescia, Italy and Barcelona, Spain before returning to Shenzhen, Jade Cargo International’s hub in Southern China.

“The enhanced connectivity provided by the new flights means our customers enjoy increased flexibility and access to the Europe market, which is China’s biggest trading partner,” said chief executive officer of Jade Cargo International, Captain Kay Kratky.

“Our aim for 2008 is to make Jade Cargo International the number one choice for air cargo capacity between China and Europe,” executive vice president of Jade Cargo International for Sales and Marketing, Reto Hunziker added.

“We are serving both central European hubs as well as northern and southern European markets. With the recently launched service ex-Tianjin and expanded service ex-Shenzhen and Shanghai, Jade Cargo International offers choices from all major export areas in China”.