Silk Way West Airlines forges strategic partnership with China Henan Aviation Group

Silk Way West Airlines, the leading cargo airline in the Caspian and Central Asian region, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with China Henan Aviation Group during Air Cargo China 2024 in Shanghai. This strategic partnership aims to enhance air cargo connectivity and efficiency between Zhengzhou and Baku to build a robust dual-hub cooperation model that spans the Asia-Pacific region and connects Europe, America, and Africa.

This year marks Silk Way West Airlines' inaugural participation at Air Cargo China 2024, showcasing the airline's dedication to expanding its global footprint and exploring new business opportunities. By joining this prestigious event, Silk Way West Airlines aims to strengthen its presence in the Asian market and foster new partnerships within the international air cargo industry.

Silk Way West Airlines has been successfully operating in the Chinese market for over ten years, continuously expanding its services and strengthening its network. The MOU with China Henan Aviation Group represents a significant milestone in the airline's journey, promising enhanced connectivity and new growth opportunities.

The collaboration will leverage the respective strengths of both parties, including strategic locations, extensive route networks and diverse valuable resources. By joining forces, Silk Way West Airlines and China Henan Aviation Group aim to significantly increase the frequency of all-cargo routes between Zhengzhou and Baku. This initiative will position Zhengzhou as a key hub for the Asia-Pacific region and Baku as a central hub for Europe, America, Africa, and other regions.

Jenny Zhao, Vice president of APAC at Silk Way West Airlines, stated: "We are pleased to partner with China Henan Aviation Group. This collaboration increases our capacity and cargo volume in Zhengzhou and provides convenient and efficient ground support. This is a significant step forward in deepening cooperation between our two countries within the Belt and Road Initiative."

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