Started by stealy, February 24, 2018, 12:24:38 PM
Quote from: stealy on March 06, 2018, 06:53:50 PMThanks all for the ideas. Cargo between Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, the US, and Europe are absolutely amazing. I am making at least 1 million dollars in profit each 5000+ NM trip using 777 freighter. It was not easy getting started, but once you are established, the money just flows right in. Long-haul cargo flights are the best in my opinion. You pay the same handling fees (90% sure based on experience...) whether it's a 200NM or 6000NM flight. All of my long-haul cargo routes are pax routes at first, then as the RI reaches around 80 and I see enoguh demand, I put a 777F and start banking in $$$ like no others. If you are based in a "first world" country and a major international airport, you should definitely give cargo a try.
Quote from: stealy on March 07, 2018, 05:37:49 PMThat's an interesting point. Are you certain that cargo distributes the same way as pax? I currently have no competitor flying 757F long-haul to compete in my 777F routes. Also, does tech-stop affect cargo the same way it affects passengers? If so, 777F might have an advantage in that it has longer range than other freighters. I can fly to the west coast of US and some EU countries from Japan in my 777F without a tech-stop. Most if not all destinations in the world can be done with a single tech-stop.