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MasAir partners with cargo.one to accelerate booking response times and further capitalize on its growing fleet

Sep 30, 2021

MasAir and cargo.one today partnered to bring a premium quality, fully digital booking experience to MasAir customers. The airline has seen rapid expansion in recent months, and the decision to partner with cargo.one is a logical step forward as it leaves the “old normal” behind. As cargo.one’s first carrier in Mexico, MasAir will support the online booking platform in charting out new territories on their shared path to digitally transforming the industry.

Luis Sierra, MasAir’s CEO, underlines: “We’re following a highly-focused growth strategy at MasAir, and digitalization is one of the major pillars of our vision. As we are poised to modernize and augment our fleet in 2022, the time is also right to bring our service offer to a future-driven, real-time digital platform, and we have great ambitions for our partnership with cargo.one.”

“We are delighted to welcome MasAir as the first Mexican carrier on our platform, as this provides another important foundation stone in our recent North America expansion,” Moritz Claussen, Co-Founder and Managing Director of cargo.one, comments. “In our partnership talks, MasAir shared its vision to ensure that customers receive faster and more diverse booking responses. Based on our experience with other carriers to date, we know that MasAir can look forward to increasing its user-base too, as its capacities become available at the click of a button, especially for cargo.one users who may not have booked MasAir until now”, he adds.

Freight forwarders across North America will benefit from booking MasAir capacities on cargo.one later this fall. Through its partnership with MasAir, cargo.one users will have enhanced access to routes into the Americas, with important destinations such as Mexico City (MEX).

The partnership comes shortly after MasAir confirmed that it will further expand its fleet in early 2022 with both A330-200P2F and A330-300P2F aircraft types, meaning greater capacity, longer ranges and enhanced efficiencies. The move towards new digital bookings with cargo.one is another example of MasAir’s progress towards becoming a truly global player in the air cargo arena.

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