Soft market does not slow Latam expansion, thanks to perishables traffic

September 6, 2019 Alex Lennane

Unfazed by a weaker air cargo market, Latam Cargo is expanding.
Latin America’s largest carrier took delivery of a 767-300BCF aircraft this summer and another is due in December, bringing its freighter fleet to 11 units, all 767Fs. 
The airline will field the additional capacity chiefly on routes from strong markets in its home region to Miami.
It is launching twice-weekly freighter flights between Miami and Lima and adding 12 weekly ...

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