time:matters expands transatlantic same-day service

By Damian Brett

Time critical logistics firm time:matters has added a series of new flights from Paris to the US as part of its same-day air service.

The company said that it had added 30 additional direct flights per day between Paris CDG and ten stations in the US as capacity on the transatlantic trade lane continues to be tight.

The ten US stations are: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, San Francisco and Washington DC.

The flights will also be fed with cargo through the company’s feeder flights between Paris and 13 stations in Europe – Barcelona, Berlin, Budapest, Geneva, Gothenburg, Hamburg, Copenhagen, Madrid, Milan, Porto, Rome, Stockholm and Warsaw.

The service is supplemented by flights within France from the six French metropolitan regions of Bordeaux, Nantes, Lyon, Nice, Marseille and Toulouse to Paris.

“We are pleased to offer especially our customers in the US, France and the Benelux countries even more attractive and faster transport solutions via our comprehensive Sameday Air network with the numerous direct connections,” said time:matter chief executive Alexander Kohnen.

“In particular in these challenging times with tight air freight capacities, we support our customers in the best possible way to maintain their supply chains.”

Yesterday, the company also announced new flights between Germany and the UK to avoid bottlenecks between those locations.

Share this story

Related Topics

Latest aerospace supply chains news

Hactl opens Aero Engine Handling Centre

By Rachelle Harry

Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Limited (Hactl) has opened a dedicated Aero Engine Handling Centre (AEHC). Hong Kong is one…

Read More

Share this story

time:matters aims to side step bottlenecks with intra-European flights

By Damian Brett

Airline Businesswings and time-critical logistics firm time:matters are partnering on flights between Germany, the UK and Ireland to combat supply…

Read More

Share this story

Rocket Cargo: Airfreight but not as we know it

By Damian Brett

The US Department of the Air Force (DAF) has revealed a new project where it will examine whether it can…

Read More

Share this story