CargoLogicAir on the brink?

U.K.-based CargoLogicAir (CLA) has idled its freighter fleet and has not operated any scheduled or charter flights since Feb. 9. Sources familiar with CargoLogicAir tell Cargo Facts that over 100 employees were dismissed this week after financial troubles drove the United Kingdom’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to revoke the carrier’s operating license last week. According […]

Cargolux acquires CargoLogicAir 747

A 747-400F previously operated by U.K.-based CargoLogicAir (CLA) has found a new owner in Cargolux, bringing the Luxembourg-based carrier’s all-747 fleet back to thirty units [FAT 005335]. According to the U.K. Civil Aviation Authority, the aircraft (35170, ex-AirBridgeCargo) was deregistered Feb. 19. It was parked in Leipzig (LEJ) on Dec. 30, and brought to Sharjah […]

EFW granted STC for A321P2F

Elbe Flugzeugwerke (EFW), the joint venture between Airbus and ST Engineering, has received the supplemental type certificate (STC) for its A321P2F program from the European Union Aviation Safety Agency. EFW told Cargo Facts that EASA granted the certificate Feb. 20, so A321P2F conversions can begin to be redelivered. But EFW said that the first aircraft […]

Cargojet grows 767-300F fleet with purchase

Canada-based Cargojet Airways will add to its fleet a freighter-converted 767-300F later this year. This will take the total number of 767-300Fs in Cargojet’s fleet to thirteen. According to Cargojet management’s discussion of the carrier’s fourth-quarter results, released yesterday, the company purchased the 767-300 (24083, ex-Air Canada) and two spare engines in October 2019. The […]

CF EMEA: Growth prospects for narrowbody freighters in Europe

FRANKFURT — There are still good opportunities for narrowbody freighter operators in Europe, according to CargoLogic Germany (CLG), one of the newest entrants to the market. CLG, which obtained its German Air Operator Certificate (AOC) in September 2019, currently flies a variety of European routes, serving airports including Cologne (CGN), Hannover (HAJ), Milan (MXP) and East […]

Atlas posts $400M loss, parks four converted 747Fs

Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings today reported a net loss of $410.2 million for the fourth quarter of 2019, partly resulting from a non-cash special charge of $485.2 million related to the write-down of the company’s whole 747-400F fleet due to lower cargo yields and aircraft utilization. Atlas posted the loss despite block hours in the […]
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