Cargojet network expansion

Canada’s Cargojet is expanding its domestic air cargo network from the beginning of April.
Cargojet, operating overnight services across North America plus global charters, has a total freighter fleet of 24 aircraft, including the recent introduction of five B767-300ERFs, three B767-200ERFs and one B757-200ERF.
The carrier did not outline in detail the extent of the network expansion.
Ajay Virmani, Cargojet’s president and chief executive, said “With additional overnight frequencies; more direct flights; and wide-body freighter service to ten major Canadian cities, this new enhanced air cargo network will provide our customers with the consistent operational reliability that they demand.”
Dr Virmani added: “As demand for premium air cargo services continues to grow, especially in response to e-commerce business activity, Cargojet will continue to expand our range of value-added services and overall capacity available to our customers.”

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