|Vol. 17 No. 25
Wednesday April 25, 2018
LATAM Cargo Growing Empire
LATAM Cargo Vice President Sales East Coast
Andres Varela doesn’t claim to know it all.
New Destinations For 2018
building a growing empire in the sky.
JBA With AA & IAG
Last year, when
Brazil’s Administrative Council for Economic Defense (CADE) approved
the proposed Joint Business Agreement (JBA) between LATAM Airlines Group
and American Airlines, the move added to the approval of the LATAM-IAG
(International Airlines Group) JBA that was given approval in March 2017.
First CEIV Pharma
Last year, LATAM
Cargo historically became the first airline in the Americas to receive
CEIV Pharma certification from IATA, and in November 2017 was awarded
with the certification as a handler for its HUB at MIA.
On The Line In Miami
Andres was born
in Colombia. He said that when he began his career in aviation fresh out
of college, he opted for the airlines rather than joining his dad, who
was an executive at a brewery in Colombia.
An Air Cargo Resource With Options
“LATAM is exceptional as an old fashioned airline with a real passion
for the business that comes down from the top and touches all of us.
A Very Good Year
a very good year. It began a bit slow, but steadily momentum has increased,”
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