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Silk Way West increases services to Zhengzhou to six a week

Silk Way West increases services to Zhengzhou to six a week

Silk Way West Airlines is increasing services to China by increasing services to Zhengzhou from four flights a week to six.

The carrier made the announcement during the 2nd ICAO Cargo Conference held in Zhengzhou from 5 – 7 September.

The Baku, Azerbaijan-based airline says following meetings with senior representatives of the Henan Government, it was agreed to further enhance strategic cooperation and increase frequencies between Zhengzhou and Baku.

Silk Way West president and chief executive officer, Wolfgang Meier says: “With this we are entering into the new stage of our strategic cooperation with The Government of Henan Province and Zhengzhou Airport. We are excited to further strengthen this cooperation by seeing further growth.”

He adds: “Within a short period of time we manage to emerge as the one of the leading cargo carriers in Zhengzhou and we are aiming to further increase tonnage and flights as Zhengzhou provides for us the perfect platform to grow in view of our core capabilities to serve the Silk Air Route in accordance to the One Belt – One Road strategy The Chinese Government is strategically pursuing.”


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