Analysis: is Azul’s fleet sufficient for Mercado Libre’s growth?

September 5, 2019 Alex Lennane

The air freight industry appears to be dividing into narrowbody e-commerce express operators and widebody freight players.
Some, like Atlas Air, known for its ability to diversify, currently have a foot in both camps; others are looking squarely at the opportunities to be had in e-commerce alone. 
Following the news that wannabe-express carrier Cargologic Germany is shortly to launch intra-European 737 operations, comes another 737 operator planning to help an e-tailer “increase the number and speed of deliveries”. 
Azul Cargo, a Brazilian freighter ...

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