LATAM Cargo expands Americas capacity with two new routes

By Rachelle Harry

LATAM Cargo has expanded its network with two new routes to increase its capacity in Central and Latin America.

From February 11, the carrier will operate twice-weekly Miami-Panama-Bogota and Miami-Cali routes utilising B767-300F aircraft.

The new services will serve the demand for general cargo, electronics, pharma and dangerous goods being transported in the region.

Gabriel Oliva, commercial senior vice president for North America, Europe and Asia at LATAM Cargo, explained: “At LATAM Cargo, we are constantly evaluating new destinations, strengthening our network and enhancing the care options and services in our product portfolio to satisfy our customers’ requirements with the highest quality standards.”

“These new launches will give our customers more options to choose from, strengthen connectivity and facilitate trade.

He added: “In addition to these new routes, in recent years, we have opened ten destinations that have enhanced the connection between the north and the south of the American continent. We have also boosted connectivity between Latin America and the other regions where we operate.”

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