Emirates gives cargo a boost with new Dubai-Miami service

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Emirates launches its first-ever Dubai-Miami nonstop service utilising a B777-300ER giving a boost to SkyCargo’s existing cargo services into the city.

The new service is being operated four times weekly and brings Emirates’ U.S. network to 12 destinations on over 70 weekly flights.

Emirates SkyCargo has been operating passenger freighter services to Miami since October 2020. These services have been offering cargo capacity into and out of Miami facilitating exports of perishables, electronics, and other components as well as e-commerce goods.

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(L-r) Jimmy Morales, chief operations officer, Miami-Dade County; Ralph Cutié, MIA interim director; Oliver G. Gilbert III, vice chairman, Board of County Commissioners, Miami-Dade County: Chanel Jefferson, chief of staff to county commissioner Keon Hardemon, chairman, Airport and Economic Development Committee; Jose “Pepe” Diaz, chairman, Board of County Commissioners, Miami-Dade County; Daniella Levine-Cava, mayor, Miami-Dade County and, Essa Sulaiman Ahmed, divisional vice president, USA and Canada, Emirates.

SkyCargo has also in the past operated several charter flights on its B777 full freighter aircraft to transport champion horses from Miami to equestrian events around the world.

Since 2019, SkyCargo has moved more than 7,700 tonnes of cargo in and out of Miami.

With the addition of Miami, Emirates now serves 12 gateways in the US including Boston, Chicago, New York (JFK and Newark), Houston, Dallas, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Washington DC, and Orlando.

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