Nippon Cargo Airlines (NCA) and Singapore
Airlines Cargo (SIA Cargo) have signed a Memorandum of
Understanding to develop a strategic partnership that will build
on existing block space arrangements between the two airlines
that have been progressively expanded over the past five years.
As a first phase, NCA and SIA Cargo have agreed
to introduce cargo codeshare services on routes between Tokyo and
Singapore from 1 April 2018, subject to regulatory approval.
“NCA has maintained a continual presence in Singapore
for over three decades, and we are excited to embark on new
partnership initiatives with SIA Cargo under this agreement.
The proposed codeshare service will pave the way for future
ventures, leading to greater customer satisfaction,” said NCA
President & Chief Executive Officer, Mr Fukashi Sakamoto.
NCA currently operates six weekly
scheduled cargo flights to Singapore Changi Airport from Tokyo
Narita International Airport using Boeing 747F aircraft while SIA
Cargo connects Singapore to Tokyo with two daily flights to
Narita International Airport, and three daily flights to Haneda
Mr Chin Yau Seng, President SIA Cargo,
said, “We value our longstanding relationship with NCA. The
signing of this MOU marks our commitment to explore synergies and
mutually enhance our product and service offerings for the benefit
of our customers. Our planned codeshare services between Tokyo and
Singapore represent an important first step in building a
strategic partnership between our companies.”
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