SF Airlines launches Shenzhen-Sabah int'l cargo route
SF Airlines, China's leading air-cargo carrier, has launched a new international cargo route linking south China's Shenzhen and Malaysia's eastern state of Sabah, the cargo airline announced Saturday.
It marked the expansion of the airline's network to 78 destinations at home and abroad, according to SF Airlines.
The Shenzhen-Sabah route, which started operations on Friday, is SF Airlines' third direct international cargo route connecting China and Malaysia. It will provide two weekly round-trip flights using the B737-300 all-cargo freighter.
It will serve as an efficient and stable air-cargo channel between Shenzhen and Sabah, mainly carrying cross-border e-commerce goods and fresh agricultural products.
Headquartered in Shenzhen, SF Airlines is the aviation branch of China's delivery giant SF Express. It currently operates a fleet of 64 all-cargo freighters.