CargoLogic Germany finally cleared for take off

September 16, 2019 Alexander Whiteman

CargoLogic Germany (CLG) has finally received its air operator’s certificate (AOC) from the German Aviation Authority (LBA).   
A spokesperson confirmed to The Loadstar it has also received its European Aviation Safety Authority (EASA) permit, clearing it for commercial services, although these are yet to start.  
“We are actively engaged with potential customers at the moment and expect the first flight imminently,” said the spokesperson.   
“The first flight will be on D-ACLG – our first B737-400SF – but the specifics of ...

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