Amerijet Starting Service to Reno, Tahoe Airport

Amerijet Starting Service to Reno, Tahoe Airport

DATE: 05/08/14

Immediate Release Amerijet Starting Service to Reno – Tahoe Airport Today, Amerijet International, Inc. announced its selection of Reno‐Tahoe International Airport as one of its key air cargo hubs connecting eleven cities within the U.S. Amerijet continues to spread its wings and has signed a long‐term lease agreement with the Reno Airport for a 10,000 square foot facility, including five loading dock doors, located at 1395 Air Cargo Way, Unit 134, Reno, Nevada 89502. Service from Reno starts on July 7th with dedicated B767 wide body freighter service for intercontinental and domestic freight coast to coast.

Amerijet’s Pamela Rollins, Sr. V.P. Business Development said, “Amerijet’s dedicated B767 freighter service will provide our customers with additional options for expedited and heavyweight domestic freight. We believe this product fills the need for select services once the mainstay of companies such as Burlington Air Express, Kitty Hawk, Emery and other all cargo carriers who did not survive the economic turmoil of the last decade. Our new freighter service is ideal for shipments moving on long‐haul lanes over 1,500 miles, especially those in need of time‐critical and high‐value, temperature controlled or hazardous material shipments.” “Amerijet’s selection of Reno‐Tahoe International for its west coast operation is amazing news for our airport and our community,” Marily Mora, President/CEO of Reno‐Tahoe International Airport, said. “Their unique, cost‐effective business model, that will blend air cargo with trucking, is a perfect fit for our growing list of distribution centers. We are proud to welcome Amerijet, and their CEO Dave Bassett, to our community.” Customers delivering to Amerijet’s facility at the Reno‐Tahoe Airport will benefit from late cut‐off times and early delivery, including Saturdays. For service questions, customers should contact the Amerijet’s sales department at (775) 323‐1690 or via e‐mail at sales.rno@amerijet.com.

Amerijet International, Inc. is a full‐service multi‐modal transportation and logistics provider, offering U.S. Domestic and International, scheduled all‐cargo transport via land, sea, and air. Amerijet connects over 600 destinations worldwide, providing global transportation solutions for customers throughout the Americas, Mexico, the Caribbean, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. For additional information, visit Amerijet on the web atwww.amerijet.com. MEDIA CONTACT: Christine Richard, Amerijet International at 954‐320‐5354 or email: crichard@amerijet.com

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