Cargologic Germany GmbH receives its AOC from the Luftfahrt-Bundesamt (LBA) – ready to start commercial operations
Cargologic Germany GmbH (“CLG”) is pleased to announce that it has successfully been granted an Air Operator Certificate (AOC) from the German civil aviation authority (LBA) and is now ready to commence commercial operations.
After many months of hard and dedicated work by the entire team, CLG now looks forward to providing customers with high quality, reliable air cargo solutions.
The airline will initially focus on providing short-term capacity to customers across Europe and in time, aims to expand its offering to include provision of express air cargo solutions to leading integrators and e-commerce providers as well. CLG currently operates a fleet of 2x B737-400SF aircraft, a type well-suited to the European express air cargo market.
The airline has generated considerable commercial interest in recent months following the granting of its non-commercial permit to fly in June 2019 and CLG is committed to plans that will increase its fleet to 10x B737 aircraft by 2022.
CLG’s home base in Saxony, at Leipzig/Halle Airport has a clear cargo focus, excellent infrastructure and the presence of several key customers. Moreover, the airport benefits from efficient rail and road links for onward transport.