Air Canada’s new leisure carrier, rouge, begins passenger service on July 1st. What does this mean for Air Canada Cargo customers?
Air Canada Cargo would like to remind its customers that live animals cannot be accepted as cargo on flights when the ground temperature at the departure city or destination is higher than 35 degrees Celsius (including the humidity index).
Daily direct service between Toronto and Copenhagen starts June 2.
Shipping to and from Brussels just got much easier.
With increased frequencies and a new flight, Air Canada Cargo has more options to and from Asia starting May 1.
e-freight and e-AWB: The new way of doing business efficiently.
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