Nippon Cargo Airlines

  • Tokyo Narita
  • Osaka
  • Anchorage

Nippon Cargo Airlines (Japanese日本 货物 航空 株式会社, Nippon Kamotsu Koku Kabushiki - gaisha, short NCA ) is a Japanese cargo airline based in Tokyo and home base on the Tokyo Narita Airport.


Nippon Cargo Airlines was founded on September 21, 1978 and became the first Japanese air cargo company in 1978 to air operations. She was a joint venture of shipping companies (especially Nippon Yusen ) and All Nippon Airways ( ANA). For this reason, the coating of the aircraft at this time was adjusted to the ANA. In July 2005 ANA sold all remaining shares in Nippon Yusen.

Beginning of 2008 looked NCA the last five Boeing 747- 200F from the fleet. In the course of Einflottung the new Boeing 747- 8F from 2012 NCA also introduced a new Lackierdesign one of their planes.

Today, Global Logistics Investments ( 55.18 %), Nippon Yusen (13.8 %), Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha ( 13:19 %), Nippon Express ( 3:13 %) and other investors (14.7 %) of NCA are involved.


From Narita International Airport from various destinations in Asia, Europe and North America are served, including in Europe, Frankfurt, Amsterdam and Milan -Malpensa.


As of November 2013, the fleet of Nippon Cargo Airlines consists of eleven aircraft:

  • 07 Boeing 747- 400F
  • 04 Boeing 747- 8F