Viva Aerobus expands infrastructure for cargo transport

Currently, the airline Viva Aerobus transports standard packages (up to 150 kilograms); the company is looking to expand its catalogue, both in real estate and services, in a period of three years.

The director of Strategy, Planning and Business Development of Viva Aerobus, Fernando Estrada, said the new service in cargo transport will take advantage of the warehouses of the aircraft. Image: Flickr
The director of Strategy, Planning and Business Development of Viva Aerobus, Fernando Estrada, said the new service in cargo transport will take advantage of the warehouses of the aircraft. Image: Flickr

Given the demand for cargo transport in Mexico, Viva Aerobus reported that will enter this segment, through the supplier Aerocharter, with a service called "Viva Cargo" which will be available in the cities of Cancun, Monterrey, Mexico City, Guadalajara, Tijuana, and Queretaro.

The airline stressed that coverage will be extended in a period of three years to cover all scheduled routes, including international destinations. Today, the firm transports standard packages of up to 150 kilograms and with maximum dimensions of one meter wide and high, and 1.70 meters long. In the same order Aerobus also revealed that in the future it will expand its catalogue of products to be transported, such as the so-called perishables.

The director of Strategy, Planning and Business Development of Viva Aerobus, Fernando Estrada, indicated that the new service of the airline will allow taking advantage of the spaces available in the warehouses of the airplanes; and in the medium term, between three and four years, approximately, it will transport about 20 thousand tons of parcels annually.

By Mexicanist