All shipments may be subject to Airfreight Surcharge and accessorial charges, local and government fees/duties and/or brokerage charges.
Amerijet’s U.S. Domestic and International origin accessorial charges are published on Amerijet’s website. All Local charges and Terminal Fees are set by the origin/destination station. The local charges/terminal fees may vary based on origin and destination. For information ref. these charges, please contact the origin/destination Amerijet Office/Stations.
Government fees and duties are set by the local government. The charges may vary based on origin and destination. For information ref. these charges, please contact the origin/destination government agencies.
In early November, the U.S. cargo airline Amerijet International signed a representation agreement with international air cargo company Strike Aviation. Strike Aviation has been operating in Poland since 2013, with its headquarters in Warsaw and an additional office in Krakow. The company also has a presence in Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia. The new contract will offer Amerijet’s […]
Seventy percent of Mexico’s population is situated around three cities: Guadalajara, Monterrey and Mexico City. Guadalajara is equidistant between the Pacific port of Mazatlan and Mexico City, while Monterrey is approximately a 10-hour drive from the nation’s capital. Amerijet operates biweekly flights between Mexico City and Miami, connecting cargo traveling within the United States, the […]
Air cargo is the quickest and most efficient way to move freight around the world. While transit times of other modes of transports are measured in multiple days, weeks and months, air cargo can get goods to destinations in hours and minimal days. A spare part for machinery can be in Guyana from Miami within […]