On 30 October 2018, the China Southern airline landed at Luxembourg Airport to use LuxairCARGO’s services.

An official ceremony was held to inaugurate the new route in the presence of Liu Dejun, Senior Vice-President China Southern Cargo and Laurent Jossart, Executive Vice-President Cargo Handling, alongside various senior lux-Airport representatives and China Southern customers. China Southern’s latest generation, B777F-type aircraft was warmly welcomed by the airport fire department. The China Southern’s “Cargo” branch will operate the Shanghai – Luxembourg route once a week on Tuesdays.

LuxairCARGO is pleased to have China Southern as one of its clients. This new partnership highlights just how interested major players are in this modern site in the centre of Europe, whilst confirming the quality of services provided at an international level.

Press release by Luxair Cargo

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