CargoLogicAir, British cargo airline, has approved some changes in their management team to support its next phase of development strategy.
As previously announced by the company, the managing responsibilities has now been handed over by Dmitry Grishin who successfully led the foundations and was responsible for launch of CargoLogicAir and its initial networl development, to recently authorised CEO David Kerr.
Mr. Grishin contributed notably to make the company stand up, in its initial validation process and the commencement of flight operations. Now having new strategic milestones, Mr. Kerry is supposed to be developing CargoLogicAir into a leadership position in the air cargo market as its primary responsibility, through fleet expansion and network development, and also strengthening the airline’s growing reputation as a high quality service provider side by side.
Currently the only British airlines which is operating flights from UK is CargoLogicAir. It connects customers with cargo market around the globe such as Frankfurt, Mexico City, Atlanta, Houston, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Hong Kong and Tel Aviv. At present, it consists of consists of three modern Boeing 747 freighter aircraft, including the latest generation 747-8F.