Eva Air Cargo expands to Canada

by Canadian Shipper

EVA Air Cargo has expanded service to Canada, starting twice-weekly freighter services to Toronto. The new service extends the link between Taiwan and New York, traditionally one of the carrier’s top global cargo routes.

Routing for the carrier’s new Wednesday and Friday freighter service is Taipei, Anchorage, New York, Toronto, Anchorage, Taipei, using a McDonnell Douglas MD11 freighter aircraft with the capacity for approximately 80 tons.

EVA Air added Vancouver as a passenger gateway in June 1999, and began a codesharing alliance with Air Canada. The route has grown from the initial six flights a week to daily, and EVA Air’s move into Toronto coincides with the region’s progressing development as an international trade centre.

In North America, the carrier’s air cargo network includes Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Dallas and Atlanta, in addition to New York and Toronto.

In Toronto, the carrier is operating from facilities located in the Excel Warehouse of the Excel Cargo Terminal at Lester B Pearson International Airport.

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