SF Airlines, China’s largest freight carrier, has expanded its fleet to 68 aircraft.
The increase in the number of aircraft was made in order to serve the great needs of cargo management for the peak of the relevant demand, during the upcoming celebration of the Spring Festival, as announced by the airline.
A B767-300 wide-body cargo aircraft joined SF Airlines’ fleet, supporting cargo transportation capabilities to international commercial destinations during the period of escalating demand.
To date, SF Airlines has set up a global freight network with 84 destinations in and out of China, while its fleet of cargo aircraft consists of small, medium and large capacity aircraft with corresponding operational ranges.
The airline is headquartered in Shenzhen City in southern China’s Guangdong Province, and SF Airlines is a subsidiary of Chinese courier SF Express.
SF Airlines has the largest fleet of cargo aircraft in China, and is constantly expanding its air freight capabilities by joining its fleet of seven new aircraft in 2021.