Amazon Air takes off for Miami with Atlas, despite concerns over pilot numbers

October 11, 2018 Alex Lennane

Amazon Air has started a double daily freighter flight to Miami, operated by Atlas Air, despite concern about pilot numbers.
Shuttling from Miami, between Amazon’s favoured destinations such as its Cincinnati hub, Ontario and Houston, it is using Atlas’s now 21-strong fleet of 767-300Fs earmarked for Amazon Air.
Amazon has a facility to sort packages at Miami and four warehouses in Miami-Dade County within 12 miles of the airport. The largest is ...

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