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‘Amazon Air’s Expansion of Supply Chain Fleet’

May 7, 2024 | by The Jeuns

Amazon Air, previously known as Prime Air, is a vital component of Amazon’s logistics network dedicated to transporting packages to customers. This virtual cargo airline plays a crucial role in delivering Amazon packages from remote fulfillment centers to regions beyond the reach of the company’s ground transportation network.

After airlifting packages from remote locations, Amazon Air’s deliveries may pass through regional sortation centers before being routed to local delivery stations for the final mile. In some instances, packages bypass the sortation centers altogether, going directly to local Amazon Delivery Stations for efficient delivery handled by Amazon Logistics.

Collaborating with various partners such as Delta Air Lines, WestJet, Shell Aviation, World Energy, Altavair, Elbe Flugzeugwerke, and Hawaiian Airlines, Amazon ensures that its operating capabilities will continue to support its customer-centric commitments for years to come. This strategic partnership network enables Amazon Air to efficiently transport packages and uphold its commitment to delivering a seamless shopping experience for customers.

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