Suparna Airlines, a new cargo airline at Brussels Airport


Today, Brussels Airport Company welcomes Suparna Airlines to the BRUcargo family!

The Suparna Boeing 747F will fly from/to Brussels Airport 3 times a week on the Nanjing – Zhengzhou – Brussels – Moscow – Nanjing route.

Freight activities are more important than ever for the economy and health services in Belgium. By keeping air links open worldwide for the transport of pharmaceuticals, medical supplies and all kinds of different deliveries, we are fighting coronavirus.

Suparna Airlines, part of the Hainan Group, will immediately strengthen Brussels Airport’s freight operations.

The airline is not totally unknown at Brussels: it was formerly known as Yangtze River Express and later Yangtze River Airlines after launching passenger services. Suparna is headquartered in Shanghai. Its name comes from the mythical bird also known as a garuda.


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