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Formed in 2015.
Coopers End Road,
London Stansted CM24 1AL.
June 2015: CargoLogicAir (CLU) was founded on June 23, 2015. (CLU) as a cargo airline operator plans to work in partnership with AirBridgeCargo (ABC), Moscow, Russia. (ABC) has for some time been looking for a European Union (EU) based cargo operator to create a partnership and conduct flights to Africa and Latin America (as (ABC) lacks the authority to operate flights to those continents.
(ABC) has also continued to state its interest in MartinAir (MTH), on either a partnership level or as a stakeholder. This interest will not wane or change with the startup of CargoLogicAir (CLU).
(ABC) has been looking at operating their 747Fs between Manchester and the USA. (ABC) has already taken on staff from the UK's Global Supply Systems (GSS), the former operator of British Airways World Cargo's 747s.
(ICAO) Code: CLU - (Callsign - FIREBIRD).
April 2016: An interesting background exists for a special 747F:
and of course see photo: "CLU-2016-04 - Seattle Seahawks 747-400F.jpg."
Guess what - - this airplane was the Seattle Seahawks 747F!
May 2016: See video on 747-83QF before flying to Farnborough:
March 2018: Former American Airlines (AAL) and Etihad (EHD) Aviation Group executive David Kerr has taken over as (CEO) of British all-cargo carrier CargoLogicAir (CLU), succeeding (CLU)’s Founder Dmitry Grishin.
London Stansted-based CargoLogicAir (CLU) said Kerr’s responsibilities will include further fleet expansion and network development.
Since launching in February 2016, CargoLogicAir has grown its fleet to 3 Boeing 747s, serving Frankfurt, Mexico City, Atlanta, Houston, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Hong Kong and Tel Aviv from the UK.
Previously, (CLU) indicated it planned to operate 5 freighters within its 1st 5 years of operations.
(CLU) said Dmitry Grishin “contributed significantly” to (CLU)’s launch and initial growth phases.