Ottawa cargo flights climb as carriers rush to meet growing demand
from Ottawa Business Journal
A sharp rise in cargo flights serving Canada's capital this summer highlights an important but often overlooked part of the Ottawa International Airport's operations that enables local businesses to quickly reach customers in other markets. Air freight is typically handled either on dedicated cargo flights operated by carriers such as FedEx, Cargojet and Canadian North or in the belly of passenger aircraft, below the cabin, flown by the likes of Air Canada and WestJet.
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