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MIAMI: November 13, 2017. Amerijet International is due to take delivery of another B767-300 from Cargo Aircraft Management, a subsidiary of the Wilmington, OH-based Air Transport Services Group.

The airline currently operates seven Boeing 767-300/200 freighter aircraft from its primary hub at Miami International Airport (MIA) to 38 destinations throughout the Caribbean, Mexico, Central and South America.

President and CEO of Amerijet International Airlines Vic Karjian"Miami is still the largest air cargo gateway to Latin America and the Caribbean," observed senior vice president of Business Development Pamela Rollins. "Although the Latin American market has been faced with an economic standstill in countries like Venezuela, and rapidly declining yields throughout South America, large economies such as Brazil, Argentina, Peru and Colombia are showing signs of recovery," she added.

With the start of its first transatlantic service from Miami to Brussels next year, the airline has announced an extension of its sales and service agreement with Network Airline Services to cover Malta, and with ANA Aviation Services for Dubai.

Both companies are GSSA subsidiaries of the UK-based Network Aviation Group.

Amerijet director of Global Network Development Simon Pantin commented: "We are very pleased with the quality of representation and the performance of Network Airline Services in both France and South Africa and are excited to have the group expand to represent us in Malta and Dubai."

MIA recently recognized the contribution Amerijet makes to the airport following its designation as the first U.S. all-cargo airline to receive the IATA 'Center of Excellence for Independent Validators (CEIV)' pharma certification.

"Thanks to hub partners like Amerijet, MIA's pharma trade has grown 140 percent in value since 2010 to US$4.4 billion in 2016," declared Miami-Dade Aviation director Emilio González. "Our pharma hub initiative, combined with our extensive global network, continues to broaden MIA's already sizable economic impact in our community," he added.

Pictured second from left: Amerijet president and CEO Vic Karjian at MIA presentation.

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