China Cargo Airlines


China Cargo Airlines
China Cargo Airlines
中国货运航空
IATA
CK
ICAO
CKK
Callsign
CARGO KING
Founded 1998
Hubs Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport
Shanghai Pudong International Airport
Fleet size 7 (+1 order)
Destinations 20
Parent company China Eastern Airlines (51%)
China Ocean Shipping (17%)
Singapore Airlines Cargo (16%)
Eva Air (16%)
Headquarters Shanghai, China
Website www.cc-air.com

China Cargo Airlines (Chinese: 中国货运航空有限公司; pinyin: zhōngguó huòyùn hángkōng ǒuxiàn gōngsī) sometimes as abbreviated 中货航, is a cargo airline based in Shanghai, People's Republic of China. It is China's first all-cargo airline operating dedicated freight services using China Eastern Airlines route structure. Its main base is Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport, with a hub at Shanghai Pudong International Airport.[1]

Contents

History

The airline was established on 30 July 1998 and started operations in October 1998. It was founded as, and remains, a joint venture between China Eastern Airlines (70%) and China Ocean Shipping (30%).[1] It briefly adopted the title China Eastern Airlines Cargo, and reverted to its original name again after becoming an independent subsidiary in 2004.

Its parent company China Eastern Airlines has reached agreement to inject more capital into the cargo airline. Its stake will fall from 70 percent to just over 51 percent. China Ocean Shipping's share reduced to 17 percent. This allowed Singapore Airlines Cargo to invest up to 16 percent of the cargo airline.[2][3] In addition, Eva Air also purchased a 16 percent share of the airline.[4]

Destinations

Fleet

China Cargo Airlines Boeing 777F
China Cargo Airlines Boeing 747-400ERF

The China Cargo Airlines fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of 1 October 2011):[5]

China Cargo Airlines Fleet
Aircraft In Fleet Orders Notes
Boeing 747-400ERF 3 0 3rd B747-400ERF of Great Wall Cargo with China Cargo colors.
Boeing 777F 5 1 Deliveries: 2011-2012
Total 7 1

Accidents and Incidents

On April 17, 2011: A China Cargo Airlines Flight 237 in a Boeing 777F from Beijing to Copenhagen suffered a tail-strike during landing. The crew performed a go-around and landed 15 minutes later without incident. There were no injuries to the crew of five.[6]

See also

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References

Tracking Air China Cargo

External links


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