World Cargo Airlines Commences Scheduled Flights into Delhi, India

World Cargo Network Bebas News 12 February 2022

World Cargo Airlines (WCA) has launched a new scheduled cargo flight route from Kuala Lumpur International Airport to Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi, India, with its inaugural scheduled flight taking off today.

[Bebas News] WCA will commence operating two Boeing 737-8008F flights a week to the Indian capital which will transport an average load of 40 tonnes for the new KUL/DEL/KUL route.

WCA’s Chief Executive Officer, Iman Marco in a statement here said, “This new flight route is intended to strengthen Malaysia’s import and export industry to and from India especially in connecting trans-shipment cargo from India to Malaysia and other existing routes operated by WCA.”

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Established in 1970, Asia Cargo Network is the leading air cargo carrier in Southeast Asia with operations throughout Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. Asia Cargo Network offers freighter aircraft services, aircraft leasing, aviation-related services, and integrated air cargo logistics services to world renowned courier companies, as well as postal companies and natural resource explorers, oil drilling companies, airlines, freight forwarders and shippers from around the world.