China Cargo Airlines (CCA) is a cargo airline with its head office on Hongqiao International Airport in Shanghai, China. It is China's first all-cargo airline operating dedicated freight services using China Eastern Airlines route structure. Its base is at Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport, with a hub at Shanghai Pudong International Airport.
China Eastern Airlines is China's second-largest carrier by passenger numbers. China Eastern and its subsidiary Shanghai Airlines became the 14th member of SkyTeam on 21 June 2011. The parent company of China Eastern Airlines Corporation Limited is China Eastern Air Holding Company.
After the merger with Shanghai Airlines, China Eastern Airlines signaled that it would combine the two carriers' cargo subsidiaries as well. The airline's new subsidiary cargo carrier, consisting of the assets of China Cargo Airlines, Great Wall Airlines and Shanghai Airlines Cargo, commenced operations in 2011 from its base in Shanghai, China's largest air cargo market.
China Eastern Airlines signed a strategic cooperation framework agreement with Shanghai Airport Group, which controls both Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport and Shanghai Pudong International Airport. The airline will allocate more capacity to Pudong Airport to open more international routes and boost flight frequencies on existing international and domestic trunk routes.
The airline was established on 30 July 1998 and started operations in October 1998. It was founded as, and remains, a joint venture between China Eastern Airlines (70%) and China Ocean Shipping (30%). It briefly adopted the title China Eastern Airlines Cargo, and reverted to its original name again after becoming an independent subsidiary in 2004.
China Cargo Airlines (CCA), established in 1998, is located in Shanghai, the most developed China metropolis at the center of the Yangtze River Delta. CCA currently possesses 14 cargo routes and operates belly spaces from China Eastern Airlines. Relying on the networks of China Eastern Airlines, CCA has extended to more than 200 destinations to provide air cargo services for customers from all over the world.
Eastern Air Logistics Co., Ltd. (EAL), with its headquarter in Shanghai, is a modern integrated logistics service enterprise subordinate to China Eastern Air Holding Company (CEAH). With a mission to become the single most innovative integrated logistics service provider, EAL is dedicated to providing customers around the world with safe, efficient, accurate, fast and overall well-integrated logistics service solutions.
EAL has subsidiaries such as China Cargo Airlines Ltd., EAL Express and EAL Transportation, as well as approximately 200 stations and branch offices both domestic and abroad. With over 6,000 employees, EAL is currently the only logistics enterprise in the world that is owned by an airlines and operates its own cargo airlines as well.
One of EAL's unique resource advantages is its ability to provide cargo space on over 600 passenger airplanes and 9 full freighters, coupled with strong domestic and oversea network connecting all global destinations. With Shanghai Hongqiao Airport and Pudong International Airport as its operation bases, EAL owns 6 cargo terminals with ramp side access covering a total area of 1.25 million square meters, including bonded warehouses and cross-border e-commerce model areas. In addition, EAL runs cargo terminals at major airports in Kunming, Xi’an and Beijing where China Eastern Airlines operates as regional hubs.
Track the China Cargo Airlines cargo using waybill, as well as any postal and courier shipment from China, Israel, USA, UK, Italy, France, Netherlands.