Nippon Virtual Cargo

Introducing Nippon Virtual Cargo

Introducing Nippon Virtual Cargo!  Unlike other virtual airlines, Nippon Virtual Cargo does not want to be the largest virtual airline, but rather an organization that offers a home and a place where aviation enthusiasts can join together and communicate, collaborate, and participate in and about aviation.

Nippon Virtual Cargo’s flight schedules correlate to those of the real world.  Every tail-number and flight number is relative to the flight number and tail number of each route and aircraft of Nippon Cargo Airlines.  The majority of these schedules are about 4+ hours long while there are 2 hour schedules. Operations are directed to the main hub, Narita-Tokyo International Airport, from Alaska, Illinois, New York, and California as well as European and Asian-Pacific cities.  Frequent flights from Rockford-Chicago International Airport to Anchorage-Alaska International airport connect the central United States with the Asian-Pacific territories.  This is because of direct flights to Narita and air cargo operations between Incheon.  As flights between Continue reading


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