Qantas Freight Enterprises aims to grow its Asian footprint with the introduction of its scheduled freighter service from Sydney to the Chinese manufacturing hub of Chongqing from 20 April.
Executive manager Lisa Brock said the new service will market freight capacity to nine ports in mainland China including Shanghai, Gulin, Haikou, Hangzhou, Ningbo, Shantou, Guangzhou and Beijing.
 “Qantas Freight Enterprises is very confident in the potential of Chongqing which is home to over 32m people and hosts many of the world’s largest hi-tech electronic and automotive manufacturers.
“This new service also strengthens Qantas Freight Enterprises’ freighter program by improving aircraft utilisation and adding network reach across mainland China.”
The service will initially operate as a weekly service direct from Sydney to Chongqing’s Jiangbai International Airport on Fridays. The aircraft will then continue on to Chicago via Shanghai before returning to Sydney.
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