BAX, Airborne back to full service

Heavyweight airfreight carriers BAX Global and Airborne Express report that their air networks are now fully operation and that both companies will re-instate on-time guarantees. With full operations restored, BAX Global said it anticipates current restrictions will not hamper the company from moving freight to, from or within the U.S. going forward. BAX Global, based in Irvine, CA, added that it

Heavyweight airfreight carriers BAX Global and Airborne Express report that their air networks are now fully operation and that both companies will re-instate on-time guarantees.

With full operations restored, BAX Global said it anticipates current restrictions will not hamper the company from moving freight to, from or within the U.S. going forward. BAX Global, based in Irvine, CA, added that it is offering its full complement of BAXSuite products including a money-back guarantee on all BAXGuaranteed products. In addition, the company is again accepting perishables, Next Flight Available and Constant Surveillance shipments.

Seattle-based Airborne said all of its domestic flights are fully operational that and its service guarantees have been reinstated, with the exception of areas still affected by the crisis situations. Airborne’s international operations have also resumed and are back to normal, the company said.

BAX Global noted, however, that freight shipments by passenger airlines are still under some restrictions. As of now, passenger airlines are still able to transport cargo into the United States as long as these shipments are off-loaded at the first U.S. arrival city and then shipped via surface transportation to the final destination.

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