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Formed and started operations in 2007. International, scheduled & charter, cargo jet airplane services.
Brucargo Building 706
B-1931 Zavantem, Belgium
Belgium (Kingdom of Belgium) was established in 1830, it covers an area of 30,519 sq km, its population is 10.1 million, its capital city is Brussels, and its official languages are Flemish and French.
August 2007: 747-228F (24158, OO-CBA), ex-Air France (AFA), ex-(F-GCBK), from 3P Air Freighters - see photo, taken at Paris Orly.
October 2007: Cargo B Airlines (CGB), the new Belgian cargo carrier commencing operations this month out of Brussels, signed a five-year deal with CHAMP Cargosystems for the provision and hosting of business applications including eCHAMP, a cargo management system to manage the end-to-end cargo process.
Started operations to Johannesburg.
747-243B (SF) (22506), ex-AirBridge Cargo (ABC)/Alitalia (ALI), Adventar leased, delivery and 1 order (April 2008) 747-243F (22545), ex- (ABC)/(ALI), Adventar leased.
December 2008: Cargo B Airlines (CGB) is flying mainly to the middle- and far-east, Africa, and South America.
It has predominantly a Belgian workforce.
(CGB) took delivery of its first new 747-400F (OO-CBC) on dry lease from Nippon Cargo Airlines (NCA). (CGB), which commenced operations in October 2007, will use the 747-400F initially on thrice-weekly flights serving Sao Paulo Guarulhos, Quito, and Bogota. It is seeking a second 747-400F to replace its two 747-200Fs.
(IATA) Code: BB - 600. (ICAO) Code: (CBB) (Callsign - CARGO-BEE).
(CGB) has several job opportunities in Belgium. Starting dates may vary. If interested, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
747-4KZF (36784, JA09KZ), delivered to Nippon Cargo Airlines (NCA) and wet-leased to Cargo B Airlines (CGB) as registration (00-CBC.
May 2009: 747-4KZF (36785, JA10KZ), delivered to Nippon Cargo Airlines (NCA) and wet-leased to Cargo B Airlines (CGB).
July 2009: Cargo B Airlines (CGB) halted operations as it ran out of cash. (CGB) launched in October 2007 and flew to Africa and South America with two new 747-400Fs. "Volumes held up well, but we could not secure sufficient financing to support the introduction of the second 747 which was delivered half May," President & CEO, Robert Kuijpers said. Lessor Nippon Cargo Airlines (NCA) repossessed the airplane. (CGB) will be liquidated.