The Silk route has been a historically important international trade link between China and the many other parts of the world.
By Ferdinand von Richthofen, an eminent German geographer it was named in 1877 as silk route because large part of trade goods comprised of silk.
The Rayyan air takes the lead to re-liven this old trade route * SILK ROUTE* which will facilitate the traders,
businessmen and shippers of both countries (Pakistan and China) to move their cargo (all permissible types) not only between Islamabad and Kashgar (China) but beyond these destinations through different modes of transport.
These cargo operations are flown by us meeting all regulatory requirements including dangerous goods regulation (DGR) which guarantee safe, secure and timely delivery of goods.
Our cargo operations are adding value to our honourable customers who are using these services to ship different types of cargo like microelectronics, pharmaceuticals, aerospace components, perishable items like fruits, dry fruits,
many other eatables, important documents, jewelry, cosmetics and medical devices.
The electronics industry accounts for around 40% of the value of the entire international air cargo industry.
We also facilitate connectivity to different parts of both countries (Pakistan and China) to take this cargo to the end-users.
This also credits to Rayyan Air that these cargo operations will help in future enhancement of trade activities which both countries will undertake to Mid-Eastern countries and other regions.
We welcome our valuable potential shippers to fully benefit from these services