Miami, Los Angeles, Frankfurt and Mexico City were the first markets to get to know of LATAM Cargo’s new bet.
Located in the southeastern Pacific Ocean, Easter Island is one of the most remote inhabited islands in the world. More than 2182 miles separate it from continental Chile and its residents live in a complex, fragile and unique ecosystem that is visited by thousands of tourists every year, making waste treatment very difficult.
A few months ago, LAN CARGO carried out the year’s biggest horse transport operation when it flew 50 polo horses from Miami to Madrid in one of its Boeing 777F cargo aircraft.
Fresh products and at their destination in the shortest time possible, are the most important attributes to be met by the cargo affiliates of LATAM Airlines Group, among these, LAN CARGO, transporting one of the highlights of perishable cargo business: Chilean salmon.
More than 180 pieces from the Ethnological Museum of Berlin arrived in Santiago, Chile for the exhibition Africa, presented at the Centro Cultural Palacio La Moneda.
Valentine’s Day, celebrated in February, is the time of year when the greatest volume of flowers are exported around the world. The most demanding period, that is, when the shipping volume is double that of the yearly average, begins around January 24 and ends February 6.
LAN CARGO transported nine African elephants from Namibia to the Africam Safari Park in Puebla, Mexico. The operation was overseen at Mexico International Airport by MAS Air, the company’s representative and commercial partner.