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Wed, 18 July 2018

Delta and Korean Air to Enhance Cargo Operations

Delta Air Lines Cargo and Korean Air Cargo have unveiled plans to combine their resources to offer enhanced cargo services across one of the most comprehensive route networks in the trans-Pacific market.

The joint venture routes, on which Delta and Korean Air carried 268 million tons of belly cargo in 2017, will allow customers to work with either carrier to transport shipments across a broad network of flights.

The expansive combined network formed by this partnership gives Delta and Korean Airs shared customers access to more than 290 destinations in the Americas and more than 80 in Asia.

Samsug Noh, Senior Vice President, Head of Cargo Business Division, Korean Air, shaking hands with Shawn Cole, Deltas Vice President  Cargo. Click to enlarge.

We are excited to partner with Delta to create an unrivalled air cargo network across North America and Asia. This is bolstered by Korean Airs leading trans-Pacific air freight network, as well as Deltas nationwide schedule and sales network within the U.S., said Samsug Noh, Senior Vice President, Head of Cargo Business Division, Korean Air. I am confident that the partnership will further strengthen our capability to offer an unequalled expertise on all aspects of air cargo transportation. 

Delta and Korean Air currently transport a diverse range of cargo products in the trans-Pacific market. From the U.S., semi-conductor production facilities, perishables and e-commerce shipments are some of the key products shipped to Seoul and throughout Asia. In the reverse direction mobile phones, automobile parts and other electronics are carried.

The Delta and Korean Air JV means increased joint belly cargo capacity across the trans-Pacific as well as future co-location of key facilities, world-class reliability and the industrys best customer service, said Shawn Cole, Deltas Vice President Cargo. The partnership also means a host of new destinations with commercial and logistics solutions across Asia and North America for these important markets.

From Seoul, Delta offers nonstop service to Seattle, Detroit and Atlanta, with service to Minneapolis launching in 2019.

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