LATAM Cargo now has 12 routes from Miami to Brazil
LATAM Cargo Brazil and Bringer Air Cargo will operate cargo flights in the MIA-CNF route every Wednesday using Boeing 767 freighter aircraft.
October 9, 2020
By PLA Editor
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After launching its own unprecedented flight in the Miami-Florianopolis route in August, LATAM Cargo Group has added its 12th cargo route between Miami and Brazil.
LATAM Cargo Brazil operated Bringer Air Cargo’s first cargo charter from Miami International Airport (MIA) to Belo Horizonte/Confins (CNF) earlier this week.
The new air cargo route will run flights every Wednesday using Boeing 767 freighter aircraft.
“The new Miami-Belo Horizonte/Confins operation reinforces LATAM Cargo Group’s solid aerial network and its positioning as the best alternative to meet the needs of customers that require connectivity in their production chain. In addition, the company directly contributes to the region’s development by importing automotive, medical/pharmaceutical, public safety and infrastructure related supplies in an agile manner,” said Gabriel Oliva, Commercial VP for North America, Europe and Asia.