Macau (MNA) – Qatar Airways has added the Mexican city of Guadalajara to bi-weekly cargo route that starts from Macau and ends in Doha as of January 6, according to The Peninsula.
Guadalajara is the capital of the Mexican State of Jalisco, which has the third-largest economy in Mexico.
According to The Peninsula, the flight departs from Macau to Los Angeles in North America and connects onward to Mexico City arriving in Guadalajara, before departing for Doha via Liège.
Exports on the flights will consist of general cargo and perishables.
Qatar Airways Chief Officer Cargo, Guillaume Halleux, said: “Our customers have welcomed the transpacific route, which is a faster solution over the Pacific for Asian exports destined for the Americas, and we are delighted to add Guadalajara as another stop on this route.”
Macau News Agency (MNA) has confirmed with the Civil Aviation Authority (AACM) that Qatar is operating a shipping route from Macau to Doha.
This new destination is part of Qatar’s freight network of more than 60 destinations.
Qatar Airways Cargo has increased cargo volumes by 10 per cent year-on-year in 2018.