Air Canada Cargo has added Frankfurt to its freighter network, with Boeing 767-300 Freighter services from Toronto due to start on 19 November.
The weekly 767-300F, operated by Cargojet through a wet lease agreement with Air Canada, are in addition to the 28 weekly widebody flights Air Canada operates between Canada and Frankfurt.
Air Canada Cargo vice president, Lise-Marie Turpin says: “The growth of our freighter service allows us to increase our global reach and leverage our substantial, growing international network. It also allows us to offer main deck service to our customers with year-round capacity on key lanes.”
Air Canada Cargo launched dedicated freighter routes in June, operating 767-300s between Toronto and Atlanta, Dallas, Bogota, Lima and Mexico City.