UPS has launched a five times a week Boeing 747-8 freighter flight to Kempegowda International Airport in Bengaluru, India. It is the carrier’s second dedicated airport gateway facility in India after opening Delhi in 2020. The Bengaluru facility will provide in-house customs clearance and serve southern India, giving customers an extended pick-up time of up to two hours. It follows the launch earlier this year of a new logistics brand for the Indian market, MOVIN, a joint venture between UPS and InterGlobe Enterprises. The aircraft will complete a loop from Cologne through Shenzhen, Bangkok and Bengaluru four days a week. On Saturdays, it will connect Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport to UPS’s Intra-Asia Hub in Shenzhen and on Sundays will fly between Cologne and Bengaluru.