Amerijet appoints Exp-Air Cargo as its GSSA in Canada

By Damian Brett

Freighter operator Amerijet International Airlines has appointed Exp-Air Cargo as its Cargo GSSA in the ten provinces and three territories of Canada.

Exp-Air Cargo will be providing full cargo sales, marketing, customer service and road feeder services connecting to Amerijet’s cargo hub in Miami.

“With two weekly departures from Canada to Miami, Exp-Air Cargo will offer great connectivity to the Amerijet network,” said Danny Olynick, president. “We offer solutions for all types of shipments from general cargo, personal effects to dangerous goods, oversize shipments, and temperature-controlled shipments.”

“We are delighted to partner with Exp-Air to broaden our reach across Canada. Exp-Air has the expertise to support both our B2C and B2B business,” said Eric Wilson, Amerijet’s Chief Commercial Officer.

“With Canada’s strong ties to the Caribbean, Mexico, and Latin America, the partnership with Exp-Air Cargo will provide the Canadian market seamless and reliable access to our all-cargo services.”

Earlier this year, the fast-growing cargo carrier revealed plans to expand its fleet to 27 aircraft.

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