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Air China Cargo to start Ho Chi Minh flights


Air China Cargo will launch an all-cargo service to the Vietnamese market in the third quarter, according to Titus Diu, the carrier's chief operating officer.
The service will be combined with a routing from Shanghai to Singapore then to Ho Chi Minh City and back to Shanghai, reports Atlanta-area Air Cargo World.
"This is part of a network expansion plan to strengthen Air China Cargo's presence in regional markets," said Mr Diu.
Earlier this year, Saudi Airlines Cargo launched twice-weekly B747F to Ho Chi Minh City service and Emirates launched daily passenger flights between its home base and Ho Chi Minh City in early June. Air Hong Kong recently began five flights per week into Vietnam on behalf of German express delivery giant DHL, and Asiana Cargo intends to start freighter service to Hanoi this summer.
Migration of production out of China is a major engine of Vietnam's growth. This development has been most pronounced in the garment sector, where large producers have moved part of their production from China to Vietnam.
The Association of Asia Pacific Airlines said creaking airport infrastructure is a growing problem for aviation in south east Asia, especially with the US$47 billion in aircraft ordered by regional carriers to be delivered over the next 10 years.
AAPA officials also warned that Jakarta's Soekarno-Hatta airport has been struggling with passenger volumes twice its designed capacity; Bangkok Suvarnabhumi has been running over capacity six years after it opened. Several other airports are sorely stretched to meet expected volumes, said the report.

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