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Airline listings:
514-422-5000
Air Canada
Website: www.aircanada.com
800-556-9000
Air France KLM Cargo
Website: www.afklcargo.com
972-456-2200
Air Freight.Com
Website: Air Freight.Com
614-409-4900
AirNet Systems
Website: airnet.com
800-225-2752
Alaska Airlines
Website: www.alaskaair.com
817-967-2470
American Airlines
Website: www.aacargo.com
561-988-1868
Cargolux Airlines International
Website: www.cargolux.com
650-616-7500
Cathay Pacific
Website: www.cathaypacificcargo.com
1-800-352-2746
Delta Airlines Cargo
Website: www.deltacargo.com
971 600 566 661
Emirates SkyCargo
Website: www.skycargo.com/english/
646-278-6060
EVA Airways Corporation
Website: www.evaair.com
718-656-3928
Japan Airlines
Website: www.jalcargo.com
1-718-632-555
Korean Air
Website: cargo.koreanair.com
786-265-6000
LATAM Cargo
Website: www.latamcargo.com/
1 800 542 2746
Lufthansa Cargo AG
Website: www.lufthansa-cargo.com
907-266-2525
Nippon Cargo Airlines
Website: www.nippon-cargo.com
310-646-6200
Singapore Airlines Cargo
Website: www.siacargo.com
Southwest Airlines Cargo
P.O. Box 36647-1CR
Dallas, Texas 75235
United States
800-533-1222
www.southwest.com

516-247-4100
Swiss WorldCargo
847-700-4000
United Airlines
800-535-2345
UPS Air Cargo
Website: www.ups.com/aircargo/
516-488-5007
Virgin Atlantic Cargo
Website: cargo.virgin-atlantic.com/

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