Air Canada Cargo: A Worldwide Network

How does the growth of a passenger airline like Air Canada create opportunities for forwarders and shippers around the world?

This is what Air Canada Cargo is focused on: capitalizing on Air Canada’s growing international network and fleet to help our customers grow their business.

From the UK, Ireland and Europe, 20 flights per day head to Air Canada’s Canadian hubs, including Montreal, Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver. From there, freight easily transits to hundreds of points in Canada, the United States, Mexico, the Caribbean, South America, Asia and Australia.

Of course, freight doesn’t always originate or need to go to the same cities as passengers do. Air Canada Cargo uses a vast network of interline and trucking partners to increase its reach and get freight from and to markets that reflect its customers’ needs.

For example, Air Canada Cargo provides direct service from 25 cities in the UK, Ireland and Europe, but reaches another 25 through interline, and over 60 via trucking, for a total of 160 cities served.

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The recent addition of all-freighter flights between Toronto and Atlanta, Bogota, Lima and Mexico City ensures year-round capacity to these key markets.

Air Canada Cargo provides specialized shipping solutions across its network, and has received Envirotainer’s QEP accreditation at its hub in Toronto, as well as in London Heathrow, Paris CDG, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, as well as Chicago and Indianapolis in the US.

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Visit aircanadacargo.com to find out more about our network and shipping solutions.

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