Just two months after launching new B767F service from Madrid and Brussels to South America, LATAM Cargo announces the opening of two new non-stop routes to Europe on passenger aircraft equipped with cargo compartments. The flights will operate between Guarulhos (Brazil) and the cities of Lisbon (Portugal) and Munich (Germany), the latter still subject […]
A year after the launch of its new brand and product portfolio, LATAM Cargo continues to work to consolidate itself as one of the best alternatives when it comes to transporting cargo from, to and between Latin America.
LATAM Cargo has successfully passed the audit that reviews and certifies that all processes – including quality management, personnel training and supplier management – comply with IATA’s standards for the transport of pharmaceutical products (PIL).
The heifers, owned by the Cooprinsem agricultural and service cooperative, were loaded on three Boeing 777 cargo aircraft bound for the city of Quito.
Since Friday, April 21, 2017 the SCL import warehouse belonging to LATAM Holding, Fast Air moved its facilities to the new cargo area at the Santiago de Chile Airport. The new facilities will allow a more dynamic and efficient service to be delivered.
As of April 3 a cargo airplane will connect, at every 15 days, the cities of Amsterdam, Netherlands and Brasilia, Brazil. The route will be operated by a Boing 777-200F, one of most modern in the world with capacity to carry up to 104 tons. Brasilia is characterized by its strategic location, at the country’s […]
Over 140 cargo aircraft took off from Latin America over three weeks, transporting 21% of the region’s total flower market. 80% of the flowers were transported to the United States, while the remaining 20% was taken to Europe and other destinations. The flowers were transported as a LATAM Cargo ‘PERISHABLE’ product, with a temperature controlled logistics chain to ensure quality and freshness