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Yangtze River Express Offering Service From Shanghai to Schiphol

Chinese freighter operator Yangtze River Express has begun offering twice-weekly service from Shanghai to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol in the Netherlands.

Yangtze River Express Offering Service From Shanghai to Schiphol

Deploying B747-400SF aircraft, the new services replace twice-weekly flights from Shanghai to Luxembourg. Founded in 2002, Yangtze River Express operates a fleet of 18 freighters in 200 scheduled services, to 22 domestic and international destinations. Schiphol, Europe's third-largest cargo airport, is now served by 300 freighter flights per week, operated by 25 carriers. The airport's freighter services link to 134 cities in 70 countries.

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Deploying B747-400SF aircraft, the new services replace twice-weekly flights from Shanghai to Luxembourg. Founded in 2002, Yangtze River Express operates a fleet of 18 freighters in 200 scheduled services, to 22 domestic and international destinations. Schiphol, Europe's third-largest cargo airport, is now served by 300 freighter flights per week, operated by 25 carriers. The airport's freighter services link to 134 cities in 70 countries.

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Yangtze River Express Offering Service From Shanghai to Schiphol