Caribbean Airlines Cargo signs interline agreement with Air Canada

Caribbean Airlines Cargo has signed a new interline agreement with Air Canada, which enables it to ship into and out of all major cities in Canada.

The new interline agreement means that Caribbean Airlines Cargo can facilitate shipments from hubs such as Port-of-Spain, Barbados, Miami and Fort Lauderdale, to destinations such as Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal.

Caribbean Airlines Cargo also has interline agreements with companies such as Alaska Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Copa Airlines, Lufthansa, Norwegian Cargo and Saudi Cargo. These agreements enable the Caribbean Airlines Cargo to offer priority shipping at affordable rates globally.

Caribbean Airlines Cargo also offers direct cargo services to 80% of Caribbean islands, through its network of frequent passenger flights and its all-cargo freighter service. The company ships general cargo, live animals, perishables, human remains, dangerous goods, valuable cargo and diplomatic documents. Additionally, it caters to the needs of the oil and gas industry by transporting large and oversized time-sensitive items.

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