Cargojet expands adding 9 new freighters
Canadian all-cargo airline, Cargojet, has announced the expansion of its domestic air cargo network effective 1 April 2015.
April 1, 2015
Canadian all-cargo airline, Cargojet, has announced the expansion of its domestic air cargo network effective 1 April 2015. The recent introduction of five new B767-300F Extended Range Freighters, three new B767-200F Extended Range Freighters and one new B757-200F Extended Range Freighter, brings Cargojet’s maindeck fleet to a total of 24 aircraft.
“These will provide significant additional air cargo capacity to meet the needs of our growing customer base across Canada,” the company said. “With additional overnight frequencies; more direct flights; and wide-body freighter service to ten major Canadian cities, this new enhanced air cargo network will provide our customers with the consistent operational reliability that they demand,” said Ajay Virmani, president & CEO of Cargojet.
“As demand for premium air cargo services continues to grow, especially in response to e-commerce business activity, Cargojet will continue to expand our range of value-added services and overall capacity available to our customers,” he added.