Tag: Nippon Cargo Airlines


  • Cargolux and Nippon Cargo Airlines sign cooperation agreement

    The agreement between NCA and Cargolux allows both parties access to each other’s capacity through code-share and space swap. ... Read More
  • Nippon Cargo Airlines: From the sea to the open sky

    Since its inception, Nippon Air Cargo Lines (NAC), now Nippon Cargo Airlines (NCA) has always prided itself on being able to turn adversity into opportunities. The brainchild of ocean shipping companies and airlines, the carrier has its foundations firmly...... Read More
  • Atlas Air Inc secures deal with Nippon Cargo Airlines

    The agreement will see Atlas Air, Inc. operating a second B747-400F for Nippon Cargo Airlines, with an opportunity for additional aircraft in the future.... Read More
  • Cargolux Italia in partnership with Japan’s NCA

    The cooperation between Cargolux Italia and NCA and represents an improved offering on the routes between Italy and Japan.... Read More
  • NYK/JAL negotiations end, JAL may exit cargo

    Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK) and Japan Airlines International (JAL) have officially ended negotiations around a possible merger of the cargo businesses of JAL and NYK’s subsidiary, Nippon Cargo Airlines (NCA). The negotiations involved the restructuring and the feasibility...... Read More
  • JAPAN: NCA stalls fleet expansion, losses until 2011

    Japan’s Nippon Cargo Airlines – a subsidiary of Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK Line), the nation’s largest shipping firm – has announced a stalling of its fleet expansion plan over the next three years to weather “unprecedented” economic turbulence....... Read More
  • NCA stalls fleet expansion, losses until 2011

    Japan’s Nippon Cargo Airlines – a subsidiary of Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK Line), the nation’s largest shipping firm – has announced a stalling of its fleet expansion plan over the next three years to weather “unprecedented” economic turbulence....... Read More
  • Three more carriers nabbed for price fixing

    Three more cargo carriers – Cargolux, Nippon Cargo Airlines and Asiana Airlines – have agreed to pay criminal fines totalling US$214 million for their role in a global price fixing conspiracy. Additionally, Asiana was charged with fixing the passenger...... Read More
  • JAL and NCA to cargo code-share

    Japan Airlines (JAL) and Nippon Cargo Airlines (NCA) have agreed to begin code share cargo flights from 29 March. The agreement will begin with code-share flights between Narita, Tokyo and Chicago and Los Angeles with a later expansion to...... Read More