Avianca Cargo starts cargo flights to Brussels
Avianca Cargo has made its maiden cargo voyage under its own operation to connect cargo between Europe and South America on November 18.
Nov 26, 2018: Avianca Cargo has made its maiden cargo voyage under its own operation to connect cargo between Europe and South America on November 18.
The route will be operated with its own fleet of A330-200 cargo aircraft.
The central location of Brussels makes it easy to connect cargo to the flower auction in Amsterdam, the main operation and consolidation center in the continent for the flower industry.
Gerardo Grajales, executive vice president of Business Units said, “The main purpose of this operation is to continue supporting the expansion of the flower industry and other perishable products in Latin America, as well as to offer a cargo transportation service to our customers in Europe and Asia to Latin America."
“South America is still an underserved market to and from Brussels. We are really pleased to welcome Avianca Cargo and the opportunity we can offer to our market with increased connectivity and capacity for pharmaceuticals, automotive and other commodities from our region to Miami, Colombia and the rest of South America," said Steven Polmans, head of cargo and logistics at the airport.