Cargologic Germany receives fourth aircraft; starts operations at Leipig/Halle

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Cargologic Germany (CLG), a German cargo airline based at Leipzig/Halle Airport, has received its fourth aircraft.

The Boeing 737-400F transferred from Canada has been checked by the Federal Aviation Office (LBA) and approved for operation. The aircraft now bears the identification D-ACLX and in particular transports express freight in intra-European traffic.

The placement of the fourth B737-400F in India is the first step towards doubling the fleet within this year. Götz Ahmelmann, CEO of Mitteldeutsche Flughafen AG said, "We are delighted that the CLG, which is based at our airport, continues to grow and we wish the crew happy landings."


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