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American launches new cargo service

November 21, 2013

Today, American Airlines Cargo begins offering widebody cargo service from Miami (MIA) to Milan, Italy (MXP); widebody service from Miami (MIA) to Curitiba, Brazil (CWB) and Porto Alegre, Brazil (POA); and narrowbody service from Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) to Bogota, Colombia (BOG). Service departing Milan and Bogota begins Nov. 22.

These new additions are just another way American is growing its global network and giving customers more options for shipping.


  • American will offer the only daily non-stop service between Miami (MIA) and Milan-Malpensa (MXP).
  • In addition to American’s existing service between New York (JFK) and Milan-Malpensa (MXP), this service will provide customers with a second gateway to and from MXP.
  • Fashion and automotive are expected to be the primary types of traffic in both directions.
  • “This is an exciting and important trade lane for a number of our key customers,” said Tristan Koch, American’s managing director of cargo sales – EMEA. “We expect to have automotive components manufactured in Brazil that are destined for the European market via Miami, and in the opposite direction, there will be both high-end fashion and automotive goods heading for south Florida and beyond. We really see Miami as the gateway, as there is also a considerable market for ship spares which will originate out of Genoa and need to be taken to the U.S. for the winter cruise market, and that’s something our new service offering—with its early next-day arrival in Miami—is ideally placed to provide.”
  • “We’re confident American is well known to the freight community across northern Italy, and the addition of the Miami service will further enhance our reputation for an excellent range of freight services to and from the U.S.,” said Lamberto Laccisaglia, American’s cargo manager in Italy.
  • Daily widebody service schedule between MIA and MXP:
    • AA 206
      • Departs MIA at 5:55 p.m.
      • Arrives at MXP at 9:35 a.m. the following day
      • 767-300 aircraft
    • AA 207
      • Departs MXP at 11:25 a.m.
      • Arrives at 4:40 p.m.
      • 767-300 aircraft


  • American is opening new stations in Curitiba (CWB) and Porto Alegre (POA) to give customers more options to Brazil.
  • At this time, American is only authorized to provide southbound cargo service. 
  • Electronics and consumer goods are expected to be the primary types of southbound traffic.
  • Daily widebody service schedule from MIA to CWB and POA:
    • AA 203
      • Departs MIA at 8:20 p.m.
      • Arrives at CWB at 7:50 a.m. the following day
      • 767-300 aircraft
    • AA 203
      • Departs CWB at 9:35 a.m.
      • Arrives at POA at 10:45 a.m.
      • 767-300 aircraft


  • American will offer the only daily non-stop service between Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) and Bogota, Colombia (BOG).
  • In addition to American’s existing service between Miami (MIA) and Bogota, Colombia (BOG), this service will provide customers with a second gateway to and from BOG.
  • Electronics are expected to the primary type of southbound traffic. Perishables are expected to be the primary type of northbound traffic.
  • Daily service schedule between DFW and BOG:
    • AA 1123
      • Departs DFW at 6:35 p.m.
      • Arrives at BOG at 1:05 a.m. the following day
      • A319 aircraft
    • AA 1122
      • Departs BOG at 2:05 a.m.
      • Arrives at DFW at 7:15 a.m.
      • A319 aircraft


About American Airlines Cargo

American Airlines Cargo, a division of American Airlines, Inc., provides one of the largest cargo networks in the world with cargo terminals and interline connections across the globe. Each week, American provides more than 100 million pounds of cargo capacity to major cities in the United States, Europe, Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, Latin America and Asia. American offers more than 3,500 daily flights worldwide to and from its hubs in Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth, Los Angeles, Miami and New York. American flies to nearly 100 international locations, including important markets such as London, Madrid Sao Paulo and Tokyo.

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