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    12,678.660
    5.150
    0%
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    2.868
    0.001
    0%
  • OTRI.USA
    8.620
    0.000
    0%
  • OTVI.USA
    12,733.190
    6.750
    0.1%
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    2.390
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    1.800
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Jade Cargo selects Swiss WorldCargo for Europe sales, service support

Jade Cargo selects Swiss WorldCargo for Europe sales, service support

   New Chinese all-cargo airline Jade Cargo International has appointed fellow Lufthansa affiliate Swiss WorldCargo to provide sales and service in France, Italy, Germany and Switzerland.

   Jade Cargo is a joint venture between Shenzen Airlines (51 percent), Lufthansa Cargo (25 percent) and a German financial services firm. It is believed to be the only Chinese airline with a foreign ownership stake. It will start operations next month after delivery of its first aircraft, a Boeing 747-400ER Freighter. Initially, the new airline will serve Amsterdam and Seoul three times per week from its cargo hub in Shenzen, China.

   Jade Cargo’s second Boeing 747-400ERF is due for delivery in November. The airline, which is based in China’s Pearl River Delta, has ordered a total of six aircraft of this type, which will enter service successively until January 2008.