UPS beefs up its fleet with cargo flights to Panama, Nicaragua and Honduras
Seeing growth in Latin American economies, UPS has increased its cargo capacity by more than 50 percent on 19 weekly flights in the region. The US-based logistics company has replaced smaller planes with larger ones to expand the capacity of its express air network from Miami to Ecuador, Colombia, Panama, Guatemala and Nicaragua.
UPS intends to expand in the Americas, Asia and other parts of the world. Already it has 20 larger planes on order for continued capacity expansion.
Original source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution