LATAM Group expects significant growth in the air cargo market


LATAM Group unveiled a major plan to develop the air cargo market between the Americas and Europe. The plan will be implemented in the second half of 2022, adding more frequencies, a wider transatlantic network between the Old Continent and strategic cities in the United States, as well as greater connectivity with Central and South America. South via Miami and New York.

LATAM Group cargo operators will double their capacity between the Americas and Europe, increasing weekly frequencies by 85% from 7 to 13, a 160% increase from pre-pandemic levels.

In addition, new routes will be opened between the Americas and Europe, which will be served by cargo planes operated by LATAM Cargo Colombia.

Flight route

  • Amsterdam (AMS) – New York (JFK) – Bogota (BOG)
  • Amsterdam (AMS) – Miami (MIA) – Bogotá (BOG)
  • Amsterdam (AMS) – New York (JFK) – Viracopos (VCP) – Bogotá (BOG)
  • Amsterdam (AMS) – Miami (MIA) – Viracopos (VCP) – Bogotá (BOG)
  • Amsterdam (AMS) – Madrid (MAD) – New York (JFK) – Bogotá (BOG)
  • Amsterdam (AMS) – Madrid (MAD) – Miami (MIA) – Bogota (BOG)

Each line will be operated with two weekly flights.

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In addition, LATAM reaffirms its confirmation to connect Europe and Brazil with Miami as a connecting point by increasing its service to Sao Paulo, with a total of nine weekly flights operated by LATAM Cargo Colombia.

“The growth of our freight network, coupled with the improvement of our systems through Croamis and new distribution channels that make capacity available, reflects the commitment of LATAM and its freight subsidiaries to offer more alternatives and best to our customers and to provide the solution of excellence that our customers need to connect the world to South America,” said Andres Bianchi, CEO of LATAM Cargo.

The recent offering is the result of the flexibility gained through the expansion of LATAM’s cargo subsidiaries, as well as the versatility of the Boeing B767F to handle a wide variety of routes and optimize connectivity to the Miami transit hub ( MIA). Currently, LATAM Group cargo operators operate 14 cargo aircraft and this number is expected to increase to 16 by the end of the year.

By 2023, the company plans to have a fleet of 21 Boeing 767Fs with an average fleet age of 14 years and continue to increase capacity in the cargo market.

See also: LATAM Airlines Colombia plans to fly to Venezuela


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