Swiss WorldCargo begins service to Seoul, adds Asia frequencies

Swiss WorldCargo continues expanding its global network. They have announced several new and additional flights, which will connect Zurich and Switzerland to various cities and regions within Asia. This way Swiss WorldCargo can continue to ensure the vital connection of air cargo between the economies of Switzerland and Asia.

Beginning on 15 January, Swiss WorldCargo will add a new destination to its network, Seoul-Incheon, offering a connection to both Korea’s capital as well as the surrounding region. Swiss WorldCargo will also resume flights to its newly added destination Osaka, with a once weekly frequency also starting on 15 January. Swiss WorldCargo weekly frequencies to Peking and Hong Kong will be increased, with one additional flight per week. Additionally, its normal services of 3x weekly flights to Tokyo will resume the 7th of January.

A full overview of our most recent additions can be found below:

Seoul (ICN) New destination: 1x weekly (LX2796 day 5, LX2797 day 7)

Osaka (KIX) New destination: 1x weekly (LX158 day 5, LX159 day 7)

Hong Kong (HKG) Increased to 4x weekly (LX138 day 1,2,4 and 6, LX139 day 1,3,4, and 6)

Beijing (PEK) Increased to 2x weekly (LX196, day 1 and 3, LX 197, day 3 and 5 )

All flights are operated with our flagship Boeing 777-300ER, offering upwards of 50 tons of cargo capacity in each direction.


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