As of the start of its winter schedule for 2013 Lufthansa Cargo will be expanding its services in the growth market Latin America. Europe’s leading cargo airline will add the Peruvian capital Lima to its global route network on 27 October 2013. Its new service to Lima will be flown twice a week with MD-11 freighters. On Mondays and Fridays the outbound flight will be via Dakar (Senegal) and Manaus (Brazil) to Peru. The return journey to Frankfurt will include stops in Quito, capital of Ecuador, as well as in Aguadilla in Puerto Rico.
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