American Airlines extends cargo-only ops to Rome, London, Zurich, Paris
AMERICAN Airlines is expanding its cargo-only operations this month with new flights to Rome, London Heathrow, Zurich and Paris, reports London's Air Cargo News
AMERICAN Airlines is expanding its cargo-only operations this month with new flights to Rome, London Heathrow, Zurich and Paris, reports London's Air Cargo News.
New flights beginning in May include cargo-only services from American's largest hub in at Chicago O'Hare, to London Heathrow Airport and Paris Charles De Gaulle.
From Philadelphia, American will begin cargo-only services to Zurich and Rome Fiumicino Airport. 'From Zurich American will be transporting essential pharmaceutical chemicals, trucked from Germany, destined for San Juan Airport,' the airline said.
From New York, John F Kennedy Airport, American will commence cargo-only service to Heathrow. On the US bound flight, mail and flowers will be flown to reach those across the country celebrating Mother's Day on May 10.
'At the end of March, we introduced two cargo-only flights from Frankfurt (FRA), the first cargo-only flight for American since 1984. With the support of our tremendous team, we now offer cargo capacity on 126 international flights per week,' said Tim Isik, director cargo sales for Europe, Middle East and Africa.