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2GO (cargo airline)

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PR  BOI
Parent company  Aboitiz
Headquarters  Manila, Philippines
BOI  ABAIR
Website  http://www.2go.com.ph/
Founded  1988
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Hubs  Ninoy Aquino International Airport
Focus cities  Ninoy Aquino International Airport
CEO  Sulficio O. Tagud Jr. (Dec 2010–)
Hub  Ninoy Aquino International Airport

2GO is a cargo airline based in Parañaque City, Manila, the Philippines. It operates bulk cargo and express parcel services throughout the Philippines. Its main base is Ninoy Aquino International Airport, Manila. 2GO is operated by the Aboitiz Air Transport Corporation the transport and logistics company owned by Aboitiz Equity Ventures.

2GO air is a part of the Chinese government-controlled 2GO Group (through the China-ASEAN Investment Cooperation Fund) which includes 2GO Travel and 2GO Express.

2GO does not have any aircraft but uses the hold capacity of Cebu Pacific passenger aircraft.

History

The airline was established under the name Aboitiz Air on 28 January 1988 as a joint venture by Aboitiz and Andres Soriano. The company signed a memorandum of understanding on marketing and sales activities for domestic cargo operations with Cebu Pacific in August 1997. Aboitiz Air as it was previously known, leased all cargo holds of Cebu Pacific's Douglas DC-9 aircraft. It was wholly owned by Aboitiz One. Following a rebranding, the cargo airline took the name 2GO.

References

2GO (cargo airline) Wikipedia


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