Air Europa will be offering cargo services from 1 November, which the airline says will improve customer service and promote the brand.
The service was previously outsourced, and the airline says the new department, Air Europa Cargo will directly manage cargo terminals and handling agents through its operating bases.
Air Europa says it hopes the new direction will provide commercial opportunities and provide customers with a guaranteed service quality.
Air Europa Cargo has hired a number of professional and experienced handling and sales agents based across a global network of cargo terminals.
The Latin American specialists have also developed partnerships with other companies to increase their distribution network and ensure the seamless transport of goods throughout the world.
The airline has adapted cargo holds to meet the necessary requirements for transporting temperature sensitive goods including fruit, pharmaceuticals and animals.