Royal Brunei Airlines is looking to enhance its air cargo operations in China with added belly capacity on Chinese routes, as it got long-time partner Globe Air Cargo to represent as general sales agent.
Globe Air Cargo China has been under contract since 1 July to sell capacity on flights coming in and out of China with a projection of around 100 tonnes by year-end. Royal Brunei Airlines operates three weekly flights from Beijing Airport (PKX) and one weekly flight from Hangzhou (HGH) with A320 aircraft, offering a combined weekly cargo capacity of around 7 tonnes.
The carrier also started flights from and to Nanning Wuxu (NNG) from 27 August, providing an additional weekly cargo capacity of around 4,400 kilos for general and e-commerce cargo. Combining all the Chinese airports where it operates, including Shanghai Pudong (PVG), it connects to over 20 global destinations from China.
Royal Brunei and ECS Group, parent company of Globe Air Cargo, have GSA partnerships in Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, Thailand, Vietnam, India, the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates, and the United States.