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Regularly Scheduled Flight Route (additional capacity may be occasionally added involving alternate cities of origin or destination)

With a 57% reduction in passenger flights since this time last year, the overall global air freight capacity is down about 17% from this time last year.  In the China to Europe lane capacity is down about 18% from the same period last year.

Limited space on remaining flights means frequent delays and interruptions of supply chains globally.  With the unpredictable availability of cargo space, how do we regain control of air freight to ensure service in such a critical time?

The traditional air freight model is no longer a realistic option, instead, alternative approaches are the key to maintaining a reliable and uninterrupted supply chain by providing door-to-door control of the shipping process.  It is crucial that every step of the process - from the time the cargo is picked up to its final delivery - is meticulously managed by the service provider with shipments processed through facilities controlled by the service provider, both at origin and destination, avoiding the typical congestion at airport hubs, reducing overall transit time, and increasing control.  Selecting the right aircraft is particularly important. Freighters offer unmatched flexibility to meet all cargo needs. They have the capability to move normal and specialized cargo such as dangerous goods, oversized pieces, and shipments requiring refrigeration such as perishable and pharma.

Lastly, a prime network of delivery options carries the cargo to its ultimate destination.  In January JAS introduced BLUE WORLD ORIENT, a weekend freighter flight between Shanghai and Frankfurt. The BLUE WORLD ORIENT prime schedule is the best solution for supporting customers in the Asia - Europe air freight corridor!

JAS Increases Air Freight Capacity From China to Europe‭!‬

JAS is responding to the situation created by the blockage of the Suez Canal by doubling its Blue World Orient service‭.‬

‭Blue World Orient is the weekly flight operations from China to Europe launched by JAS earlier this year‭.‬

‭ ‬Additional flights will operate as follows‭:‬

‭ April 21st – PVG/FRA B747-F: Capacity - 100‭ ‬Tons/650CBM

April 24th – PVG/FRA B747-F: Capacity - 100‭ ‬Tons/650CBM

May 1st – PVG/FRA B747-F: Capacity - 100‭ ‬Tons/650CBM

If your business could benefit from a regular service in the European flight corridor contact a local JAS representative for more information.


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