Caribbean Airlines expands cargo network
Caribbean Airlines Cargo has entered into an interline agreement with Alaska Airlines, which expands the airline’s cargo network by a further 16 destinations.
The arrangement enables the movement of cargo to several popular locations such as Anchorage, Hawaii, Utah, Oregon and Nevada.
The airline said it continues to execute its mandate to facilitate cargo shipments to all corners of the globe.
To this end, Caribbean Airlines also has interline agreements with British Airways, China Airlines, Qatar Airways, Virgin Atlantic and many others, making easy the movement of cargo to all continents at special rates. Urgent shipments can be expedited by using Caribbean Airlines cargo priority shipping.
“Caribbean Airlines Cargo provides solutions to meet our customers’ cargo needs. We work with our airline partners to provide a wide range of options which enable us to serve far-reaching destinations in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Australia and South America,” said CEO Garvin Medera.
The airline also offers direct service to 80 per cent of Caribbean territories, through its network of frequent passenger flights and multiple all-cargo freighter services.
Caribbean Airlines Cargo caters to the special needs of the oil and gas industry through the transportation of large and oversized time-sensitive pieces.
The airline is also well known for its professional handling and experience in shipping general cargo, live animals, perishables, human remains, dangerous goods, valuable cargo and diplomatic documents.