Rule No. 65: CARRIER’S RIGHT TO INSPECTIONS

At the sole option of the Carrier, the Carrier may inspect the contents of all consignments, but the Carrier shall not be obligated under any circumstances to perform any inspection of any consignment. All Shippers are required to certify that the shipment or consignment does not contain any unauthorized explosives, destructive devices or hazardous material. All Shippers are required to present two forms of identification as required by government regulations.

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How 1 billion doses of a coronavirus vaccine will be transported across the US

How 1 billion doses of a coronavirus vaccine will be transported across the US

08 Oct 2020

Cargo airlines such as Miami-based Amerijet, already transport vaccines for other diseases. From the moment the shipments come off their planes, they say all their ground handlers are trained on how to handle vaccines and other pharmaceuticals. “The important thing to understand is this type of movement happens every day. So regular vaccines for every […]

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Amerijet Completes IATA’s CEIV Pharma Recertification

Amerijet Completes IATA’s CEIV Pharma Recertification

10 Aug 2020

Miami, FL – Amerijet International Airlines has completed its IATA Center of Excellence for Independent Validators (CEIV) Pharma recertification for the handling of temperature-controlled healthcare and life science products. IATA’s CEIV pharma certification is independently validated and ensures that all certified stakeholders meet or exceed the global standards set forth by IATA Temperature Control Regulations […]

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Tim Strauss to Become CEO of Amerijet International, Inc.

Tim Strauss to Become CEO of Amerijet International, Inc.

17 Jul 2020

Tim Strauss to Become CEO of Amerijet International, Inc. Miami, FL (July 17, 2020) ‐ Amerijet International, Inc. is excited to announce that Tim Strauss will join as its Chief Executive Officer effective August 17, 2020, based at the Company’s headquarters in Miami, FL. Tim is presently responsible for Air Canada’s cargo business and brings […]

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