Operated by DHL Aero Expreso, the Boeing 767-300 services flies from Miami International Airport to Buenos Aires with a stopover in Santiago, Chile, before returning to Miami.
The Boeing 767-300 services will offer 52 tons of capacity, with DHL saying that the flights will result in a 10% increase in shipments clearing Customs the same day the flight arrives in Argentina and a 50% increase in shipments being delivered on the same day they are cleared.
DHL says 100% of shipments originating in Argentina will be exports no later than the day following pick up.
Mike Parra, CEO of DHL Express Americas, says, “DHL remains steadfast and bullish in its belief in the power of trade, and how it continues to drive local economies, build prosperity and fuel entrepreneurship.
“That's why we continually invest in and strengthen our global network. The introduction of this new flight to Argentina reinforces our unwavering commitment to global trade by delivering faster and more efficient shipping and logistics solutions, and addressing the growing demand in the region.”