Following the launch of cargo.one in Japan earlier this month, Japan Airline’s cargo division has announced an international partnership with the air cargo booking marketplace as the airline looks to prioritize transactions online and accelerate its digital transormation.
The carrier’s capacity from the Tokyo hub will now be available for air freight forwarders as they get to easily search, book, amend and track JAL cargo space in real time with just a few clicks.
The flag carrier transported 740,000 tonnes of air cargo during 2021, backed by a strong domestic network. Starting this summer, JAL Cargo’s capacity will be available on cargo.one, particularly on routes between Asia and Europe. Cargo.one said its current plans include expanding its participation within the Asia Pacific air cargo market during 2022.