With over 45 years in the air freight industry along with Avianca, the oldest airline in the Americas, the business unit of Avianca Cargo offers its customers a robust product portfolio and route network tailored to their cargo needs.
In doing so, Avianca Cargo has invested in streamlining its fleet with one of the most modern midsize temperature-controlled freighters, the Airbus A330-200F. This modern aircraft allows the simultaneous transport of up to 68 tons of different cargo types, such as live animals, oversized and heavy pieces, perishable, and more. Its independent temperature-controlled decks offer the market more capacity. Avianca Cargo currently operates six of these aircraft together with three A300-600F plus two B767-200F from its Mexican affiliate company AeroUnion, in addition to the bellies of Avianca’s passenger fleet comprised of 20 Widebody and 112 Narrow-bodies. Its operation services more than 105 destinations in the Americas and Europe through three hubs in San Salvador (El Salvador), Bogota (Colombia), and Lima (Peru). The city of Miami (USA) is a major operating center for Avianca Cargo, as its most important gateway to the rest of the world. With 22 destinations dedicated exclusively to cargo transport, 83 through its belly-hold capacity on the passenger aircraft coupled with its interline agreements with over 110 airlines to connect its customers’ cargo to Latin America and other destinations worldwide.
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