Air Canada expands its cargo operations in the United States
Air Canada Cargo will add cargo flights to the United States, while expanding its network to Latin America.
The carrier said that starting in November, it will add B767 cargo flights to Dallas and Atlanta.
Air Canada Cargo is also expanding its presence in Latin America with service to Bogota.
“The addition of these key U.S. markets is a significant milestone for Air Canada Cargo and enables Air Canada Cargo to provide dedicated and reliable service to customers in key markets, and allowing easy connection to other markets through our plate. world hub in Toronto,” the carrier said. said.
Matthieu Casey, General Manager, Commercial, Air Canada Cargo, said, “These additional routes allow us to extend the reach of our cargo network to key U.S. markets and easily connect U.S. cargo to Canada, Europe , Latin America and Asia-Pacific. with our freight service.
“The further growth of our freighter fleet allows us to continue to expand to better serve our global customers and we remain committed to supporting global economies and supply chains with reliable transportation carrying essential cargo.”
Air Canada is in the conversion process for eight of its B767 aircraft in freighters, while it has also ordered two factory-built B767-300Fs which will enter service in 2023.
In addition, the airline will take delivery of two B777Fs in 2024.
Last week, Air Canada Cargo announced the launch of five-times-a-week B767 cargo service from St. John’s (YYT) to Frankfurt and Madrid.
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