Pacific Air Cargo joins Airblox
28 / 09 / 2023
Photo: Pacific Air Cargo
US airline Pacific Air Cargo has placed its capacity on digital air cargo capacity exchange Airblox.
Pacific Air Cargo provides Boeing 747-400 freighter flights between Los Angeles and Honolulu six days a week, as well as weekly services to locations including Pago Pago, American Samoa and Guam, as well as on-demand charters throughout the Pacific.
Brian Kolb, vice president of strategy at Airblox, said: “We are thrilled to welcome Pacific Air Cargo to the Airblox platform. Their unwavering support for the communities they serve aligns perfectly with our mission to provide the air cargo industry with an efficient and reliable platform.
“For forwarders and logistics professionals, this partnership represents an exceptional opportunity. Accessing Pacific Air Cargo’s capacity in and out of the Hawaiian Islands through the Airblox platform means more than just enhanced flexibility and efficiency in managing supply chain operations; it’s about supporting a carrier deeply committed to community well-being.”
Pacific Air Cargo sales manager Christian Calderon said: “Since our inception in 2000, Pacific Air Cargo has steadfastly committed to supporting the communities we serve, with a particular focus on the Hawaiian Islands.
“This dedication extends beyond providing exceptional air cargo services since we also provide a vital lifeline during challenging times such as the recent pandemic and natural disasters in Guam and Maui.”
Airblox is an online hub for the air cargo market where forwarders can search and negotiate contract rates while accessing financial solutions.
The platform provides freight forwarders with instant access to multiple airlines’ capacities, the ability to book days or months in advance, and financial solutions with payment extension options.