Silk Way West Airlines announces the inauguration of a new twice-weekly service to and from Tokyo Narita Airport, with the first flight set for the 11th of February.
Based on an agreement signed between Silk Way West Airlines and Nippon Cargo Airlines, both partners will operate a code-share service connecting Baku with Tokyo. Through regular direct flights, cargo will be delivered from Baku’s Heydar Aliyev International Airport to Narita International Airport, the most important international air cargo gateway in Japan.
“We are delighted that the new air bridge will connect our two capital cities directly for the first time in our history, and that the geographic reach of our regular flight network continues to expand and now fully covers North Asia,” said the President of the Silk Way Group, Mr. Zaur Akhundov.
“At the same time, we are constantly improving the air transportation infrastructure at Baku airport in order to meet the global demand for cargo services, and I can say with confidence that we are fully ready to handle any cargo, including temperature-sensitive goods.”