Air Canada Cargo to expand US freighter network

Air Canada Cargo announced that starting in November, it will expand its freighter network into the United States for the first time, with flights to Dallas and Atlanta. The addition of these key US markets is a significant milestone for Air Canada Cargo and allows Air Canada Cargo to provide dedicated, reliable service to customers in key markets, and allowing easy connection to other markets through our global hub in ... [+]

First for Air Canada Cargo

Air Canada Cargo will be the first Canadian operator to use the new live monitored, temperature-controlled certified aircraft containers, the Envirotainer Releye RLP and larger RAP, as part of the AC Absolute solution. The Releye RLP and RAP containers are designed to meet the strictest requirements in pharmaceutical air freight. ... [+]

Air Canada Cargo selects CargoAi

Air Canada Cargo announced that it has selected CargoAi’s eBooking & eQuote platform for freight forwarders as it continues to invest in its digital transformation. “We continue to invest in our digital transformation, which is a key pillar of Air Canada Cargo’s strategy as it continues to adapt to the changing ... [+]

Air Canada Cargo Expands Europe and Atlantic Canada

Air Canada Cargo announced that it will expand its freighter network, including the start of service to Halifax starting April 19. In addition, the entry into service of the second Boeing 767-300ER freighter will allow Air Canada Cargo to add freighter service to Frankfurt, Cologne, Istanbul, Madrid and St. John’s, ... [+]

Air Canada Cargo live on WebCargo

Air Canada Cargo announced that, starting in the next few weeks, its capacity will be available to forwarders on WebCargo, an eBooking platform that allows real-time pricing and booking for customers. As Canada’s largest air cargo provider, Air Canada Cargo has continually invested and adapted despite the impact of the Covid-19 ... [+]

Air Canada inaugurates enhanced Cold Chain Handling Facility

Air Canada today announced the inauguration of Air Canada Cargo’s new cold chain handling facility at its Toronto Pearson International Airport cargo facility. The C$16-million project was undertaken to expand and enhance Air Canada Cargo’s cold chain handling capabilities for shipments such as pharmaceuticals, fresh food and other perishables.“This is ... [+]

Air Canada Cargo Expands Footprint in Frankfurt

Air Canada Cargo announced that is has increased handling capacity at its Frankfurt hub by 35% in preparation for the start of service to the airport by its Boeing 767-300ER freighters later this year. The additional capacity is in addition to the existing 5,000 square metres already occupied by Air Canada ... [+]

Air Canada Cargo Announces Key Appointments to Senior Leadership

o Janet Wallace becomes Senior Director, Cargo Transformationo Peter Laub named Senior Director, Cargo – USA & Latin Americao Milt Fenske promoted to Director, Cargo Sales – USAo Barb Johnston named Director, Cargo Operations Canada [+]

Air Canada’s First Boeing 767-300ER Freighter

The first freighter aircraft is currently planned to operate between Toronto and Frankfurt for the remainder of 2021, in addition to the flights to Vancouver. In 2022, primarily out of Toronto, it will also serve Miami, Quito, Lima, Mexico City and Guadalajara. With additional airports including Madrid, Halifax and St. ... [+]

Air Canada Cargo attains QEP Accreditation

Air Canada Cargo has received QEP Accreditation from Envirotainer at its Canadian Global hub - Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) as well as six more stations across its network: Indianapolis (IND), Chicago (ORD), London Heathrow (LHR), Paris (CDG), Amsterdam (AMS) and Frankfurt (FRA). Qualified Envirotainer Provider (QEP) Accreditation demonstrates Air ... [+]

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