China Sets ‘Global 123’ Air Cargo Ambition

SF Airlines, China’s largest all-freighter airline, now has two 747-400Fs.
Credit: SF Airlines
To meet the air cargo shortfall and support the world’s second-largest economy, the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) has introduced a seven-point plan to accelerate air freight growth and create what it calls a “global 123 cargo flow circle.” CAAC Director Feng Zhenglin said that while...

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