Air China Cargo

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Air China Cargo
Air China Logo.svg
Founded 2003
Fleet size 14
Destinations 20
Parent company Air China (51%)
Headquarters Beijing, China
Air China Cargo headquarters

Air China Cargo Co., Ltd. (simplified Chinese: 中国国际货运航空有限公司; traditional Chinese: 中國國際貨運航空有限公司; pinyin: Zhōngguó Guójì Huòyùn Hángkōng Yǒuxiàngōngsī) is a cargo airline with its headquarters in Shunyi District, Beijing, China.[1] It is an all-cargo subsidiary of Air China and operates scheduled freighter services to 20 cities in 10 countries around the world. Its main base is Beijing Capital International Airport.[2]


The airline was established on 12 December 2003 and started operations shortly thereafter. It is owned by Air China (51%), CITIC Pacific (25%) and Beijing Capital International (24%) and has around 4,000 employees (as of March 2013).[2]

In May 2011, Air China and Cathay Pacific have announced the consolidation of their cargo business to the new Air China Cargo.[3]


Air China Cargo serves the following airports as of September 2013:[4]


Air China Cargo Boeing 747-400F
Air China Cargo Boeing 777F at Beijing Capital International Airport

The Air China Cargo fleet consists of the following freighter aircraft (as of February 2015):[6][7]

Air China Cargo Fleet
Aircraft In Service Orders Notes
Boeing 747-400BCF 3
Boeing 747-400F 3
Boeing 757-200PF 2 2[8] To be transferred from Air China
Boeing 777F 6 2[9]
Tupolev Tu-204 4
Total 14 8

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "联系我们." Air China Cargo. Retrieved on October 12, 2012. "地址:北京市顺义区天竺空港经济开发区天柱路29号"
  2. ^ a b Air China Cargo Co., Ltd - About Us
  3. ^ Air China and Cathay Pacific Airways Consolidate Cargo Businesses
  4. ^ Air China Cargo schedule
  5. ^ Air China Cargo launches service to Amsterdam
  6. ^ Air China Cargo Fleet
  7. ^ 13 March 2014. "Air China Cargo Fleet in". Retrieved 2014-03-13. 
  8. ^ 30 August 2013. "Air China Cargo to operate 757-200 Freighter fleet for China Postal Airlines". Retrieved 2013-09-22. 
  9. ^ 4 March 2013. "Cathay Pacific, Air China order Boeing freighters". Retrieved 2013-09-22. 

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