DHL has five new direct overnight flights from key Asia Pacific markets directly to its international gateway at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York. The new flights will increase the air capacity of DHL's global transportation network by eight tons daily, enhancing DHL's ability to serve current and new customers along the fast-growing U.S.-Asia Pacific trade lane.
The new program consists of two daily direct flights from DHL's Central Asia Hub in Hong Kong, and one direct flight each from DHL's hubs in Bangkok, Singapore and Taipei.
With the addition of these new flights, DHL says, customers will also benefit from enhanced next-day express services to the U.S. using DHL International Document Service and DHL Worldwide Priority Express; later cut-off times, and earlier delivery times for shipments originating in Asia Pacific and destined for the greater New York/New Jersey area.
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