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COLOMBIA: February 12, 2019. Between January 20 and February 06 Avianca Cargo carried 11,688 tons of cut flowers - a five percent increase over last year.

Avianca Cargo A330FThe airline operated 162 cargo flights from Bogota, Medellin, and Quito to carry roses, carnations and bouquets from Bogota; pompoms, hydrangeas and chrysanthemums from Medellin; and roses and gypsy flowers from Quito.

Avianca Cargo also operated 14 charter flights to Miami, Los Angeles and San Juan PR and delivered an additional 600 tons to Amsterdam, Brussels and Maastricht via its weekly A330 freighter service and the recent tie-up with Emirates Sky Cargo’s B777 freighter operation.

"Meeting the needs of the flower industry this season, we focused our efforts in offering additional capacity to support the growth of the export of flowers from Colombia and Ecuador,” explained Avianca Cargo’s managing director, Kurt Schosinsky.

“This season has been very successful, where we demonstrated a good level of growth in our [KPIs], but more importantly we offered our customers a professional and reliable service thanks to the planning and the synchronization of the different areas within the organization," he added.

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