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LATAM Group leads the cargo operation in South America for flower transportation

The operators of the LATAM Cargo group position themselves as leaders in the region in flower transportation thanks to the incorporation of a new Boeing 767-300BCF. This cargo aircraft is the 18th in their joint fleet of cargo planes, and will allow them to increase their presence in the export and import markets across the region.

In line with this, two of the markets in which the LATAM Cargo Group will use this new capacity are the flower export markets of Colombia and Ecuador. With the incorporation of this new cargo aircraft, the group has been able to add 7 new frequencies departing from Quito, Bogota, and Medellin, thus increasing the capacity offered to customers of the floriculture sector by 20%. The group estimates that with this increase in capacity it will consolidate itself as the leader in the flower market from South America to the United States.

"When we embarked on the cargo fleet growth plan, we made a firm commitment to our customers to support them in their long-term needs. The strategic decisions and the addition of this new cargo aircraft are a direct response to this commitment. From investing in the right fleet to significantly increasing frequencies on emblematic routes, such as those supporting the floriculture sector, which now positions LATAM Cargo Group operators as leaders in the transportation of one of the region's most iconic products: flowers originating in Colombia and Ecuador," commented Andrés Bianchi, CEO of LATAM Cargo.


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