Ethiopian Cargo Fly To Miami USA

Ethiopian Cargo Fly To Miami USA. Ethiopian Cargo launches the first of its two weekly flights between Miami and Addis Ababa with scheduled stops in Spain, Colombia and Belgium.

The flights will be used by the carrier's Boeing 777 Freighters. The airline currently serves 92 destinations on five continents, with them winning awards from SKYTRAX's African cargo airline of the year.

"We are very pleased to see Zaragoza, Miami and Bogota join our expanding cargo network in the Americas."

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Ethiopian Cargo Fly To Miami USA, pic: Boeing 777F


"With the new service, Ethiopian will bring the high-end textile products of Inditex from Zaragoza to America," he continued. In line with our strategic roadmap, Vision 2025, we will continue to expand our cargo destinations around the world, thus facilitating trade and economic growth between the different regions of the world, "he concluded.

"We applaud Ethiopian Airlines for bringing us the first MIA cargo destination in Africa," said Miami-Dade Aviation Director Lester Sola.

"Our unparalleled position as international cargo capital of the US and gateway to the Americas continues to attract new services from key markets in Europe, the Middle East and now one of the most active air freight hubs in Africa." he added.

The airport itself said that this cargo launch is part of a strategic game to expand to more global markets in the cargo industry. In 2017, TACA Peru will launch four weekly flights of freighters from Miami to five South American cities.

Aircraft TSM de Mexico also launched 10 weekly cargo flights from Cancun, as well as Qatar Airways, launching two weekly cargo flights to Doha with stops between Luxembourg, Sao Paulo, Buenos Aires, Quito and Li├Ęge.

2018 saw Southern Air begin a weekly full load service from Hong Kong to Miami through Anchorage, as well as Turkish Cargo launching a second weekly frequency and Polar Air Cargo launching direct services from Tokyo.

In general, the cargo consumption of Miami is increasingly successful. With the airport taking more than 2.2 million tons of cargo in 2017, they are acquiring awards as the "Best Freight Center" in the Freighter World magazine. This shows that Miami is advancing as one of the cargo doors of America to the world.