Charters and Scheduled Flights Keep the Supply Chain Operating
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has disrupted supply chains worldwide. In some industries such as automotive, apparel and hospitality, production and delivery cycles are slowing or temporarily stopped as demand lessens, and safety precautions are followed. To keep supplies moving, all-cargo carriers remained operating, adjusting their schedules, and providing emergency charters.
In the face of supply chain disruptions, Miami-based Amerijet International Airlines is among the all-cargo air carriers responding to the great need for air cargo capacity and providing ad hoc charters worldwide. The airline started scheduled service flights between Miami and Brussels on April 4th to provide dedicated freighter capacity for medical supplies and other urgent shipments. In addition, Amerijet continues to offer regular scheduled main deck service on its freighter fleet of B767-300/200 widebody aircraft to more than 38 destinations across the Caribbean, Latin America and Mexico from its hub at Miami International Airport.
Amerijet provides year-round air charters
With more than 45 years of experience in providing air charter services for various industries, ranging from automotive and project cargo to transporting horses, Amerijet is a trusted resource which works closely with customers to deliver fast, cost-effective solutions. Amerijet provides worldwide short and long-term charter services, using our B767-300/200 freighter fleet.
Operating its down fleet of aircraft, Amerijet provides end-to-end charter services, including the coordination with the ground handlers at airports worldwide. Providing seamless and transparent services is what sets Amerijet apart in the air cargo charter industry Amerijet’s Charter Team works closely with every customer to ensure the safe and effective delivery of all shipments. For information on air cargo charter service, contact Amerijet at 954-375-0288, or email firstname.lastname@example.org, or complete a charter request form.