LONDON – Air Canada Cargo has announced a further expansion of its US freighter network, adding flights to Dallas and Atlanta commencing in November.
The addition of these key US markets represents a significant milestone for Air Canada Cargo and allows the Canada freight carrier to provide dedicated, reliable service to customers in key markets. Relevantly, the expansion move will also facilitate easier connection with other markets through the airline’s global hub in Toronto.
At the same time, the freight carrier is also expanding its presence in Latin America with services to Bogota.
Speaking on the announcement of the US service expansions, Matthieu Casey, Managing Director, Commercial, at Air Canada Cargo said: “These additional routes allow us to expand the reach of our freighter network to key US markets, and conveniently connect cargo in the USA to Canada, Europe, Latin America and Asia-Pacific with our freighter service.”
“The additional growth of our freighter fleet allows us to continue to expand to better serve our global customers and we remain committed to supporting global economies and supply chains with reliable transportation moving critical goods,”
In addition to the eight converted Boeing 767 freighters already recently announced, the operator continues to expand its freighter fleet, with two factory-built 767-300F that will enter service in 2023 and two Boeing 777 freighters that will enter service in 2024.
About Air Canada Cargo
Air Canada Cargo is an award-winning provider of air cargo services. It is Canada’s largest air cargo provider as measured by cargo capacity, with a presence in over 50 countries and self-handled hubs in Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, Chicago, London, and Frankfurt.
As the dedicated air freight division of the Canadian flag carrier, the cargo arm offers reliable air freight lift and connectivity to hundreds of destinations across six continents using Air Canada’s domestic and international passenger flights, cargo-only flights with its fleet of Boeing 767-300 freighter aircraft, and trucking services.
About Air Canada
Air Canada is Canada’s largest airline, the country’s flag carrier and a founding member of Star Alliance, the world’s most comprehensive air transportation network.
The airline provides scheduled passenger service directly to 50 airports in Canada, 47 in the United States and 69 internationally. It currently holds a Four-Star ranking from Skytrax.
The airline’s freight division provides air freight lift and connectivity to hundreds of destinations across six continents using Air Canada’s passenger flights and cargo-only flights with its fleet of Boeing 767-300 freighters. Air Canada has committed to a net zero emissions goal from all global operations by 2050.