UPS launches 5 times weekly cargo service out of east China's Qingdao
BEIJING (XFNews) - United Parcel Service Inc (UPS) said it has launched services in Qingdao in eastern China's Shangdong province involving five flights weekly through Liuting International Airport.
"The new service will provide greater connectivity for businesses in Shandong Province and northeast China by directly connecting Qingdao to Incheon, South Korea, and to UPS's global network including the US, Europe and UPS's Intra-Asia hub in the Philippines," UPS said.
UPS signed an agreement with Shanghai Airport Group earlier this month to establish a UPS international air hub at Pudong International Airport in 2007 and has also started service between the US and Guangzhou in southern China.
The right to operate the new flights comes after the US Department of Transportation awarded 12 additional frequencies to UPS last November following an aviation accord between the US and China.