China Southern Airlines has outlined its strategy to seize a greater share of the international cargo market. It will begin by converting six A330 passenger aircraft into freighters over the next two years in addition to taking delivery of six 777Fs in 2008-10. It intends to add to its domestic network but will commit most of the increased capacity to international routes. It aims to build a medium-haul network in the Asia/Pacific region with the reconfigured A330s and expand its long-haul ...

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