SF Airlines, China's largest air-cargo carrier, has expanded the size of its freighter fleet to 72, according to the cargo carrier Monday. The airline has recently put a 767-300BCF cargo plane into operation. It is the second freighter joining the fleet in June, serving efficient and high-quality transport for the fruit season and the mid-year "618" shopping festival, said SF Airlines.
In the first half of the year, the cargo airline has added four freighters into its fleet, including three 767-300BCFs and one 757-200F. Headquartered in Shenzhen, SF Airlines is the aviation branch of China's express delivery giant SF Express.
The airline has been expanding the transport capacity and air-route network to provide efficient and stable transport services for diverse products, especially fresh agricultural products. It is of importance for the high-quality growth and brand marketing of the agricultural industry, said SF Airlines.