CargoLogic Germany receives its first aircraft

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Leipzig - CargoLogic Germany has received its first aircraft, a Boeing 737-400F. The company expects to obtain its Air Operator Certificate (AOC) from German authorities soon.

The Boeing B737-400F registered as D-ACLG (msn 28867) arrived in Leipzig from Jacksonville, Unşted States, FL via Gander, Newfoundland, Canada, and Glasgow, Scotland. It will be followed by two aircraft of the same type (msn 27673 and 25575) which are still under conversion at Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. All three planes are leased from Vx Capital Partners.

The arrival of the first plane at its future home base is an important milestone along our journey of launching flight operations here at Leipzig/Halle Airport during spring this year,said Ulrich Ogiermann,

Managing director at CargoLogic Germany.

All the measures required for this from both organizational and operational points of view are proceeding at full speed. We’re therefore involved in a constructive dialogue with the Federal Aviation Office in this regard,

he added.

CargoLogic Germany will also take over at least three An-124 from its parent company, Russian Volga-Dnepr Group.