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CargoLogicAir’s UK licences are re-established

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Last November CLA reduced its Boeing 747 fleet by two because of challenging market conditions (CLA)

by Thelma Etim, Air Cargo Eye for Russian Aviation Insider

The suspension
of UK-registered freight airline CargoLogicAir’s (CLA) UK operating licence and
air operator’s certificate has been lifted.

The
decision means CLA, a UK affiliate of Russia’s Volga-Dnepr Group, can provide
‘medical’ cargo flights utilising its two B747 aircraft, the UK’s Civil
Aviation Authority (CAA) confirms.

The news comes after the CAA revealed that the UK’s only main-deck freighter carrier, which operates from London’s Stansted Airport, had its licence and certificate suspended for three months in late February 2020, ‘at the request of the company’.

A
spokesperson for the UK Civil Aviation Authority states: “We can confirm that
CargoLogicAir Limited, which operates from London Stansted Airport, has had its
Operating Licence and Air Operator’s Certificate suspension lifted in order for
them to provide cargo flights using two Boeing 747 aircraft on contracts to
provide medical supplies.”

Last November CLA, which launched in 2015, reduced its B747 fleet by two because of ‘ongoing challenging’ market conditions. “CargoLogicAir will continue to offer ACMI [aircraft, crew, maintenance and insurance] services to its key partners and new clients, including the offer of charter services. [We] aim to grow the business again in the future,” explained a company statement at the time.

A month
earlier, the carrier installed a digital airfreight shipment booking platform
called Cargo.One, allowing it to offer its freight
forwarder customers unrivalled access to real-time shipment capacity
availability and instant pricing options, all in less than a minute.

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