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Author Topic: Japan Global Frowns Upon Citylink Move to Narita  (Read 250 times)

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Japan Global Frowns Upon Citylink Move to Narita
« on: February 10, 2022, 10:30:05 PM »
Kagoshima Airport
11 Nov 2000


The CEO of Japan Global Ara Ska issued a press conference Saturday morning from the company's Kagoshima headquarters deriding the business choices of fellow Japanese competitor Citylink. Mr. Ska called the overnight move of Citylink's freight services from Haneda airport to Narita irresponsible to the Japanese public, international business partners, and local cargo GSAs. "The move to Narita is unnecessary and will cause supply chain delays to be felt globally as Narita does not have the same facilities to process the large volumes of cargo as Haneda does," he stated. "Narita airport also lacks Haneda's strategic location on Tokyo Bay next to the industrial cities of Yokohama and Kawasaki. This will result in logistical nightmares for the large volume of freight moving to and from the busy ports of Tokyo and Yokohama and destined for Tokyo's southern suburbs. Due to this, we are expecting to see a significant drop in Citylink's transported cargo over the coming months, and therefore will be racing to fill the service gap by replacing our 757 aircraft with larger MD-11s."

Mr. Ska ended the press conference stating that the airline is urgently seeking MD-11F and MD-10-30F aircraft for immediate addition to their fleet, pledging to increase the airline's cargo capacity over the coming weeks in order to stave off major supply chain delays and corresponding negative effects to the Japanese economy. 


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