Atlas and Cargologicair lead the race to get grounded freighters back in the air
A dearth of air freight capacity has pushed carriers to scramble to re-operate grounded aircraft. Yesterday, ...
AirCargoGlobal, the reincarnation of AirCargoGermany, is now back in the air. Planning to operate on behalf of TransAVIAexport, the Belarussian company, the carrier has now completed its maintenance test flight at Frankfurt Hahn and is waiting for final sales to fill its capacity before it heads off to Asia.
The livery is expected to change on the second aircraft when it joins the fleet next month, according to a source. As it notes on this Hahn Spotters website, it’s a bit depressing to have such a similar livery to a now-bankrupt carrier.
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