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.
Miami, FL, May 2, 2022- Amerijet International Airlines and Vice President of Flight Operations, Matthew Macri received the US Department of Defense Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) Patriot Award. The award is in recognition of their support of Chief Warrant Officer 3 Jack Vaughn’s multiple United States Army Reserve deployments. The Patriot […]
Miami, FL – Amerijet International Airlines announced that it has introduced six B757 freighters to its fleet. The addition comes as part of a comprehensive expansion and modernization strategy launched by the company in 2020. The B757-200(PCF) freighters will offer Amerijet customers versatility, range, and payload capability ideally suited for destinations throughout its Caribbean, Mexico, […]
Miami, FL, February 28, 2022 – Amerijet International Airlines has announced the launch of its new cargo management system, SmartKargo. The new online system enables the airline’s customers greater flexibility to view prices, capacity and make real-time bookings. Digital transformation and automation have been in the forefront of Amerijet’s vision to provide its customers […]