LATAM Cargo launches Mexico-Brazil route

By Roger Hailey

Photo: LATAM Cargo

LATAM Cargo Brasil will connect the markets of Mexico and Brazil with a weekly cargo frequency starting in April.

The cargo airline will operate this route on a B767F. 

The southbound flight will serve Mexico City-Recife-Viracopos on Sundays, while the northbound flight will connect Viracopos with Mexico City on Saturdays.

A spokesperson for the airline said: “The new operation will expedite the shipping process for customers who need to reach their markets in the shortest possible time and allow the LATAM Cargo operators to offer an additional alternative to its existing cargo service onboard passenger aircraft.”

Avianor carries out conversions of LATAM’s Boeing 767s

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LATAM set to expand freighter capacity with B767 conversions

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