KUALA LUMPUR — Malaysia’s leading air cargo charter services provider, World Cargo Airlines (WCA) has taken delivery of the youngest, highest-capacity aircraft in the Southeast Asia region, increasing their carrying capacity to match growing demand.
To this end, the aircraft will make a welcome addition to the World Cargo Airlines fleet, with its second Boeing 737-800F, a member of the the New Generation variant of the Boeing 737 aircraft class, with a 21-tonne capacity. The aircraft will commence operations in mid-June 2022 with plans to route to China, Hong Kong, and India.
Discussing the new possibilities, Iman Marco, CEO World Cargo Airlines shared, “The extended capacity of our new fleet will allow us to increase and optimise our service to the AESAN region and beyond.
“ We’re proud to be at the forefront of this next step in strengthening logistic connections in the region, and to support our customers better with the latest available freighter aircraft. We mean to redefine quality logistic services in the region by expanding and developing our fleet to support our clients’ needs,” said Iman in a statement here.
The Asia Cargo Network group, owner of World Cargo Airlines, anticipates that the strength of the youngest air freighter fleet will become a notable and reliable feature in the region since it is supported by the highest-capacity technology available.
The fleet is moving from 15-18 tonne loads to 21 tonne loads, marking an integral increase in capacity. The airline is also in the process of expanding flight operations.
Asia Cargo Network, Group CEO, Marco Isaak added, “The Asia Cargo Network group is poised to go from strength-to-strength in spite of the market effects of the pandemic. Our capacities are growing in tandem with the market needs of the region.
“We are more capable than ever to support our clients with the optimum service for air cargo deliveries and we look forward to supporting the growth of our industry throughout the ASEAN region and China.” — BebasNews