UPS Expands Presence in the Region

The air transport company has increased by 50% its cargo flight capacity to 19 weekly flights.

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Guatemala, Nicaragua and Panama are three of the countries which receive large capacity UPS flights from Miami. UPS has decided to expand in response to increased demand experienced in Latin America.

The firm will use its Boeing 757 cargo plane, which will be replaced by a new B-767 aircraft, which is larger and hence has more capacity.

A UPS statement said: "The B-767 has a capacity of 132,200 pounds, 50% more than the B-757 aircraft. These two aircraft are used exclusively in America, due to issues of operational efficiency and maintenance. The high frequency with which these aircraft fly in the region makes it an attractive alternative for UPS Exporters must comply with strict product delivery schedules. "



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