Air, Freight News

CargoLogicAir adds Tel Aviv to fast-growing scheduled cargo network

[ November 10, 2017   //   ]

British all-cargo airline, CargoLogicAir (CLA), is adding Tel Aviv to its growing network of scheduled freighter operations.
Starting on 10 November 2017, the London Stansted-based airline will operate a weekly Boeing 747-400F service to Tel Aviv via Frankfurt. The flight will depart Frankfurt for Tel Aviv on Friday evening before returning to Frankfurt on Saturday morning. In December, the outbound service ex Europe will switch from Frankfurt to Hahn Airport.
CargoLogicAir has appointed Rom Top Aviation as its general sales agency partner in Tel Aviv.
Dmitry Grishin, CEO of CargoLogicAir, commented: “Our customers have indicated a high level of demand for a 747 freighter service connecting the heart of Europe and Tel Aviv and we are able to meet their requirements with a route that also gives direct connectivity into our growing global network. We expect to carry a diverse range of cargoes on this route, including regular shipments of pharmaceuticals, hi-tech products, aerospace components and perishables.”
CLA launched its first scheduled cargo route in August with twice-weekly 747-400F flights from London Stansted Airport to Mexico City International Airport via Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. The routing of this service also incorporates stops in Houston, Frankfurt and Abu Dhabi, enabling the airline to provide a wider choice of Europe-Mexico, Europe-Middle East and U.S.-Middle East connections. Last month, CLA also commenced a weekly route connecting London with Frankfurt, Dubai and Hong Kong.
By utilizing its network to connect with global partners, CLA is also able to offer cargo deliveries to Moscow, Chicago and to points across Asia, including Shanghai, Beijing, Chengdu and Tokyo.