Airfreight is often the best solution if you need to transport your goods to North America faster than ocean freight. Depending on your deadline, options include Emergency, Next-Flight-Out, Express and Standard service.
While airfreight from Europe is a popular and generally reliable option, if done incorrectly, airfreight can result in significant delays of days or even weeks and unnecessary extra cost.
Emergency and next-flight-out operations can often deliver within 24-60 hours, depending on the distance from the airport at each end. The airlines must-ride products usually come with a premium cost, and when selecting standard airfreight, it is best to look at which airline has the best offer on the day. Standard airfreight from Europe to North America will often deliver between seven and ten days.
Our airfreight supplier network consists of all significant cargo carriers on the Europe-North America route, including Air France KLM, American Airlines, British Airways, Cargo-Lux, Delta Airlines, Kalita, Lufthansa, SF Airlines and United Airlines.
Major airports utilised for air solutions include Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Frankfurt International Airport, Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suárez Airport, London Heathrow Airport and Václav Havel Airport Prague. Flying into John F. Kennedy International Airport, Los Angeles International Airport, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and Chicago O’Hare International Airport.