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Korean airline opens regular cargo flights from Incheon to Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk
According to IA Rusinkor "Air Incheon", South Korea's only specialized airline for the carriage of goods announced that it plans to open regular flights to China, Japan and Russia in the coming weeks.
The airline, established in 2012, currently operates one-off cargo flights from Incheon International Airport to the Russian island of Sakhalin, using two B737-400F cargo planes. The company, based in Incheon, said that, starting from Monday, it will operate six regular flights a week to Narita Airport in Japan, and later three regular flights a week to Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, starting April 30.
The company, which began providing services last year, was told that it hopes to contribute to the freight and logistics sector by offering competitive rates in three areas.