ANA Cargo deploys B767 freighter for NRT-PEK flights
ANA Cargo will deploy its B767-300F to connect Tokyo and Beijing with round trip flights every Tuesday and Friday starting July 2.
June 30, 2021
By PLA Editor
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In response to increased demand, ANA Cargo will deploy its Boeing 767 freighter to connect Beijing and Tokyo with two round trip flights each week every Tuesday and Friday starting July 2.
The airline will connect Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK) and Tokyo Narita International Airport (NRT) and will operate its B767F in response to increasing demand for e-commerce shipments as well as PC-related parts and other electronic components.
“With supply chains under pressure due to unprecedented disruption, ANA will continue doing all it can to facilitate commerce and ensure that the global economy remains on track for recovery,” said Toshiaki Toyama, Executive Vice President of ANA and President of ANA Cargo
“If demand continues to grow, we are committed to remaining flexible in our approach, adjusting flight schedules and setting up charter flights in response to trends.”
The Japanese airline said it expects to operate more than 2,000 cargo flights using freighter and passenger aircraft in July. It currently has eight B767-300Fs and two B777Fs in service for its cargo fleet, according to Planespotters.
Full flight schedule for NRT-PEK roundtrip flights:
NH8527: Narita (9:00) – Beijing (12:00), Tuesday and Friday
NH8528: Beijing (15:10) – Narita (19:40), Tuesday and Friday