“At the beginning of the pandemic, we knew we were uniquely positioned to utilise our widebody aircraft and our network to keep commodities moving, so we quickly mobilised various departments throughout the airline to launch a cargo-only network of flights that would keep commodities moving,” said United Cargo president, Jan Krems.
“Thanks to those efforts, United Cargo has delivered millions of items to countries all around the world. We would not have been successful without the steadfast support of our employees, industry partners and our customers.”
Since last March, United Cargo has transported almost 850 million pounds of freight on cargo-only and passenger flights. The airline will continue to monitor market trends adjust its cargo-only flight schedules to help ensure we are meeting our customer’s evolving shipping needs.