‘Hungry’ CAL targets pharma market as air cargo service takes off for Atlanta
Freighter airlines seem to have had a relatively good year despite the current slump in demand for air cargo. Benefiting from lower fuel prices in a way that belly cargo carriers don’t, the all-cargo operators are finding new routes for their shipments.
The latest is CAL Cargo Airlines, the Israeli-owned carrier that operates out of Liege. It focuses on products, and has now announced a new route between Liege and Atlanta that it expects will take advantage of its pharma service in particular.
The service will start on September 25, and continue with twice a week services ATL-LGG-ATL, using GSA ATC Aviation.
Source: The Loadstar