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, October 3, 2023 – Amerijet International Airlines, a leading cargo airline, announced today that Chief Financial Officer, Joe Mozzali, will be appointed Chief Executive Officer (CEO) effective October 7. Mozzali has a long track record of success in international transportation and logistics. Before joining Amerijet in February 2023, the 30-year industry veteran held […]
On Sunday, August 6, 2023, Amerijet International Airlines launched its first flight from Miami International Airport (MIA), which serves as the all-cargo airline’s primary hub, to Felipe Ángeles International Airport (NLU). The company currently provides a weekly freighter connection to and from NLU. In July, Amerijet announced its decision to permanently shift operations from Mexico […]
MIAMI, FL, July 25th, 2023 – Amerijet International, one of the largest U.S. cargo carriers operating from the Miami International Airport and Quantum-South, a leading logistics technology firm, announced today the successful completion of a joint Proof of Concept (PoC) project. The project concentrated on leveraging aircraft loading optimization to enhance cargo load factor and […]