TT Aviation adds Kolkata Airport to its bonded trucking export network
TT Aviation started its operation in 2010 in the customs-bonded trucking domain.
TT Aviation, part of Chennai-based TT Group, has added Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport in Kolkata to their network and got the customs approvals to start export bonded trucking with effect from January 2023.
"In H2 2022, Kolkata was primarily used for import bonded trucking destinations and successfully offloaded 150+ trucks," reads the release.
TT Aviation started its operation in 2010 in the customs-bonded trucking domain. Kolkata is the 9th station in the network after Chennai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Cochin, Coimbatore, Mumbai, Delhi and Ahmedabad international airports, which is capable of both import and export bonded trucking activities.
It also reads, "With this addition, the freight connectivity from Kolkata has been widened for the trade and it will connect Kolkata to all major metro/non-metro air cargo terminals between 72-120 hrs. The size and shape of the cargo will not be a showstopper anymore and at the same time, there will not be any commodity restrictions too. The road connectivity from Kolkata will reduce the logistics cost by approx. 10-14 percent for air cargo.