Air Canada Cargo: maindeck cargo routes
From autumn, Air Canada's first B767 freighter, a converted 767-300ER, will operate on routes linking Toronto to Miami, Quito, Lima, Mexico City and Guadalajara, the first time the carrier will serve the Mexican destination.
As more freighters enter service, more flights in January 2022 will further expand the network with the addition of Halifax and St. John’s to Madrid and Frankfurt.
Matthieu Casey, senior director, cargo global sales and revenue optimisation: "We are incredibly excited to welcome these freighters into our fleet, as part of our long-term strategic growth and enhanced product offering to our key customers around the globe. This move strengthens our global network and further extends our ability to provide consistent year-round capacity on key sought-after cargo routes." (ah)