Belgrade gets regular China cargo flights

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Jisheng Airlines has launched regular cargo flights between Changsha, in south-central China, and Belgrade using a Boeing 747-300 freighter from Belarusian carrier Transavia Export. The flights were launched in early December and primarily transport medical supplies, clothing, auto parts, sensors and various cross-border e-commerce products. The new route marks the first regular cargo-only flights between China and Serbia.

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  1. Anonymous13:47

    Besides Istanbul, no one besides Belgrade has these cargo flights from China. Not even Athens.

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    1. Anonymous15:18

      You mean in all Europe from Changsha?;)

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  2. Anonymous14:48

    So will this operate once a week?

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    1. Anonymous14:51

      Twice per week

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    2. Anonymous15:31

      I wonder if these flights will be used for the whole region and not just Serbia.

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    3. Anonymous15:33

      What days do they operate?

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  3. Anonymous15:09

    Great news!

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  4. Most cargo in transit. Trucking to EU from BEG.

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    1. Anonymous17:44

      If true then this is a major win for Belgrade.

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    2. Anonymous03:03

      Time finally for Budapest to get some competition.

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  5. Anonymous17:59

    Hopefully Aliexpress orders will come faster now))

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    1. Anonymous18:02

      Right now most free shipping options are going through Latvia, I wonder how many flights our orders change on their way to Belgrade.

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    2. Anonymous18:49

      How do they reach Latvija? airBaltic?

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  6. Anonymous17:59

    Changsha is suspiciously close to Wuhan.

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    1. Anonymous19:25

      So? If you mean on Covid19, there were everywhere except China mad Wuhan

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    2. Anonymous21:02

      Serbia is suspiciously close to all European hotspots and we should be worried about that, not Chinese cargo flights.

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    3. Anonymous23:17

      Changsha is suspiciously close to Wuhan - Anon@17:59 wins in category "Least intelligent comment of the day"! Tough competition but this one wins by a mile!

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