Leadership role hands over at CargoLogicAir

British cargo airline, CargoLogicAir, has confirmed management changes to support the next phase of its development strategy.


CargoLogicAir David Kerr Dmitry Grishin


British cargo airline, CargoLogicAir, has confirmed management changes to support the next phase of its development strategy.

 

Dmitry Grishin, who successfully led the establishment and launch of CargoLogicAir as well as its initial network development, has now handed over his responsibilities to newly-appointed CEO David Kerr, a move previously announced by the airline.

 

Grishin contributed significantly to the company’s formation, its initial validation process and the commencement of flight operations. As the airline now moves towards achieving its next strategic milestones, Kerr’s key responsibilities will be to focus on developing CargoLogicAir into a leadership position in the air cargo market through further fleet expansion and network development, as well as strengthening the airline’s growing reputation as a high quality service provider.

 

At present, CargoLogicAir is the only British cargo airline operating flights from the UK, connecting customers with prime cargo markets around the world, including Frankfurt, Mexico City, Atlanta, Houston, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Hong Kong and Tel Aviv. Its fleet currently consists of three modern Boeing 747 freighter aircraft, including the latest generation 747-8F.

 

 

About CargoLogicAir 

As a new, ambitious and independent cargo airline, CargoLogicAir is the UK’s only maindeck freighter airline. It aims to become the leader in the European air cargo market offering cargo services on scheduled and charter flights, and with the freedom to explore growth opportunities with freight forwarders and other airlines that provide new opportunities for us and our customers. The team combines the highest levels of operational and commercial expertise, while its modern fleet of Boeing 747 freighters are some of the world’s most efficient and capable cargo aircraft. They’ve designed our business for today’s air cargo environment with a lean business model and organisational structure to maximise our flexibility and ensure our services and solutions remain highly competitive. Above all else, it will ensure the highest levels of operating safety and security at all times.