DHL Express Invests MX$1 Billion to Operate at AIFA
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DHL Express Invests MX$1 Billion to Operate at AIFA

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Antonio Gozain By Antonio Gozain | Senior Journalist and Industry Analyst - Thu, 03/02/2023 - 10:00

Logistics giant DHL Express has invested MX$1 billion (US$55.2 million) to kick off cargo operations at the Felipe Ángeles International Airport (AIFA). The company announced the decision following the arrival of its inaugural flight from Cincinnati, the US, to AIFA on Tuesday.

“The integration of the new flight at AIFA will not only be ideal to continue the growth of the company in Mexico, but it will also be a useful tool to diversify our network and develop resilience to always offer the best experience to customers," DHL says.

DHL Express has scheduled one daily flight from Cincinnati to AIFA with 40 tons of cargo. By June, the company will perform three daily flights to that airport from Cincinnati, Guatemala and Mexico City, explains Antonio Arranz, CEO, DHL Express Mexico.


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