LATAM Cargo adds Miami-Florianopolis route to schedule

By Rachelle Harry

LATAM Cargo has introduced a new route to its freighter schedule.

The carrier now operates a weekly service from Miami, US, to Florianopolis in the state of Santa Catarina, Brazil, using a Boeing 767F aircraft with a 53-tonne capacity.

The route connects North America with Southern Brazil, as well as offering wider connections to Europe and Asia.

Brazilian exports carried on the route include automotive, metallurgical, food, pharmaceutical and electronic products, among others.

Gabriel Oliva, commercial vice president — North America, Europe and Asia at LATAM Cargo, commented: “This new route will allow us to provide a direct, stable and permanent service between the US and Santa Catarina; it is a concrete example of our efforts to satisfy our clients’ needs. As strategic partners, we are constantly evaluating routes that promote international trade, bringing buyers and sellers together with the characteristic speed, attention and logistics excellence of our global services network.”

Kamal Hadad, vice president of alliances and network at LATAM Cargo, added: “We will continue to be focused on offering more origins-destinations for our international and domestic markets in order to be present in our clients’ relevant markets.”

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