LAN CARGO to Begin Operations in Central America

LAN CARGO has announced that it will launch service between Miami and Guatemala City, Guatemala, and San Jose, Costa Rica in September of this year.

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

"This is another step in our goal to connect Latin America with the world," said Cristian Ureta, CEO, LAN CARGO.
The cargo market between the U.S. and Central America currently transports approximately 180,000 tons annually including both imports and exports.
This new operation will rely on a modern fleet of Boeing 767-300F aircraft which will be joined by new Boeing 777F aircraft during the first quarter of 2009.

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