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Operating air freight from Hongkong, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Beijing, Qingdao, Xiamen to all over the world.

Operating routes covering:

W5 - Iran Mahan Airlines,China- IKA service

EK - United Arab Emirates Airline, from China to Europe, Middle East, and Africa

TK - Turkey Airlines ,from China to Madrid, Turkey, Iran, Eastern Europe, Almaty and Africa

TG-Thai Cargo ,From China to Iran and Europe

CZ-China Southern Airlines, From China to Iran and Europe

AY - Finland Airlines, from China to Nordic and Russian inland cities

SU -  Russian Airline ,from China to Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Moscow, Central Asia

CX - Cathay Pacific, from China to Europe, Southeast Asia and America

KL - Royal Dutch Airlines, from China to Holland

BR - EVA Airway,from China to America

RU - Continental Airlines, from China to Holland, Germany and Western Europe

NZ - Air New Zealand ,from China to Australia and Britain

EY - Etihad Airways ,from China to Middle East and Africa.


Chargeable/volumetric weight

Airline freight rates are based on a "chargeable weight", because the volume or weight that can be loaded into an aircraft is limited. The chargeable weight of a shipment will be either the "actual gross mass" or the "volumetric weight", whichever is the highest. The chargeable weight is calculated as follows: 1 metric ton = 6 cubic meters. In order to establish if the cargo will be a weight or volumetric based shipment.


Step 1

Measure the parcel/cargo along the greatest length, width and height of that parcel. For example; 100 cm (L) X 100 cm (W) X 100 cm (H) = 1 000 000 cm3. Next, weigh the parcel; assume it weighs 150kg.

Step 2

Now divide the 1 000 000 cm3 by 6 000 = 166,66 kg. You have now converted the centimeters (cm) into kilograms (kg)

Step 3

Now compare the weight to the volume. If the weight is 150 kg then the airline would base the freight on the higher amount being: 166,66 kg.


The air waybill 

The air waybill, unlike the ocean bill of lading is not a document of title to the goods described therein, however it does perform several similar functions these are:


It is a receipt for the goods

It is evidence of the contract of carriage between the exporter and the carrier

It incorporates full details of the consignor/shipper, the consignee/receiver and the consignment/goods

It is an invoice showing the full freight amount

It must be produced, be it in an electronic format, at the airport of discharge for clearing purposes

All copies of the air waybill, together with the commercial invoice, packing list, certificate of origin and any other document which may be necessary for clearing the goods through customs, these documents are carried in the flight captain's bag.