Korean newcomer carrier Air Premia has officially launched its Incheon-Singapore service on 24 December, using its B787-9 widebody aircraft, Changi Airport announced on its LinkedIn page.
The ‘hybrid’ service carrier will operate with passenger aircraft for cargo conveyance only (PACC) operations, with Singapore as its first international destination.
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Changi airport said the weekly PACC service will be expecting agricultural products, such as the much-loved Korean strawberries, as well as electronic parts, e-commerce goods and fabric from South Korea.
On the Singapore-Incheon route, incoming cargo will consist of perfumes and cosmetics, food products as well as electronic parts