The two airlines will launch cargo codeshare services on April.
Singapore Airlines Cargo (SIA Cargo) announced that it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Nippon Cargo Airines (NCA) to develop a strategic partnership for an improved customer experience.
“The proposed strategic partnership will build on existing block space arrangements between the two airlines that have been progressively expanded over the past five years,” SIA Cargo said.
Starting April this year, NCA and SIA Cargo will introduce cargo codeshare services on routes between Tokyo and Singapore, but is still subject to regulatory approval.
At present, NCA operates six cargo flights using Boeing 747F from Tokyo Narita International Airport to Singapore Changi Airport every week, whilst SIA Cargo connects two flights to Narita International Airport, and three flights to Haneda airport every day.
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