Polar Air Cargo plans to upgrade its 767 intra-Asia services and 747 trans-Pacific services, starting in early June.
One Boeing 767-300 freighter will operate between Tokyo; Sydney; and Incheon, South Korea, while a second 767-300 will operate between Taipei, Taiwan; Nagoya, Japan; and Incheon. With other previously announced routes, this will allow connections to and from the U.S.
Polar will also add two weekly flights between Hong Kong and Cincinnati.
“We are continuing to enhance our network to ensure that we meet our customers’ demand for capacity,” said Thomas Murphy, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Polar Air Cargo Worldwide, in a written statement. “We are very pleased to provide additional critical uplift from Hong Kong to the United States East Coast market.”