Aeromexpress Cargo and Aeroexpress expand operations to Central America

By offering a Premium service to the region's exporters and importers, they will now have more itineraries to planning their shipping.

Monday, August 11, 2008

Aeromexpress Cargo, the cargo operator of Aeromexico and Mexicana airlines made the decision to expand its cargo operations to Central America along with Aeroexpress and offer a Premium service. Aeromexpress created a subsidiary company in the United States by the name of AMX Cargo Inc., Luis Fernando Paredes of Aeroexpress pointed out.
AMX Cargo will begin operations on August 12, with daily direct flights between Miami and Guatemala and San Jose, Costa Rica, among others.

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