Cargojet: an overnight success

Cargojet has Canada covered, literally.
While its core product remains domestic overnight airport to airport freighter capacity, Cargojet is expanding its modest international network in partnership with Air Canada.
It is using spare daytime Boeing 767 freighter capacity from its core overnight network, including the new Canada Post and Purolator agreement, launched in April last year, to help Air Canada reach into South America this year and into Europe in 2017.
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