Emirates SkyCargo completes a year of service in Guadalajara

Emirates SkyCargo completes a year of service in Guadalajara
Emirates SkyCargo completes a year of service in Guadalajara

Dubai: «The Gulf»
Emirates SkyCargo has completed a year of service in Guadalajara, Emirates’ second cargo destination in Mexico after Mexico City.
Emirates Air Cargo has provided exporters from Guadalajara and Jalisco with reliable and fast connectivity to consumer markets across Europe, the Middle East and Western Asia. Fresh produce, such as avocados, berries, mangoes, watermelons and pineapples, were the main exports from Guadalajara that were loaded on the carrier’s cargo flights over the past year. On the first flight that took off from Guadalajara in October 2020, Emirates SkyCargo transported more than 25 tons of avocados and 10 tons of fresh Mexican products.
Emirates Air Cargo contributes to facilitating global trade by continuing to transport various basic commodities, including foodstuffs, medicines, components and industrial machinery from one market to another. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the carrier continued to deliver on its promise to provide a vital air freight connection to global markets and support the access of essential commodities to global communities. As part of its efforts to expand its global network in 2020, Emirates SkyCargo launched the Guadalajara service, becoming its 15th destination in the Americas.
Mexico is an important market for the Emirates for air freight, having transported more than 38,000 tons of shipments to and from that country since January 2020. In addition to supporting the export of foodstuffs, it has also transported supplies of essential medicines, personal protective equipment and nearly two million doses of vaccines. “Covid-19” to Mexico during the pandemic. The four weekly flights with Boeing 777F freighters allow cargo customers in Mexico to export their products, providing a capacity of up to 100 tons per flight, in addition to using the cargo hold on Boeing 777-200LR passenger aircraft, which operates between Dubai and Mexico City via Barcelona at an average of 5 flights. Weekly.
The Emirates SkyCargo network currently covers more than 140 destinations across six continents.


Emirates SkyCargo completes year service Guadalajara

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