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CMA CGM Air Cargo has made this announcement:
- Start of commercial operations for CMA CGM AIR CARGO’s first Airbus A330-200F
- Opening of a regular route between Liege and Chicago on March 8
- CMA CGM chooses Air Belgium to operate its fleet, Groupe ECS as commercial agent and is developing a blocked space agreement with CEVA Logistics
The CMA CGM Group, a world leader in shipping and logistics, announces that its new specialist air freight division CMA CGM AIR CARGO is to begin operations starting March 8, 2021 with the first Airbus A330-200F cargo flight between Liege and Chicago.
Liege-Chicago, CMA CGM AIR CARGO’s first regular route
CMA CGM AIR CARGO’s first Airbus A330-200F will begin regular commercial operations from Liege, Belgium, to Chicago, United States. It will be joined on March 16 by a second Airbus A330-200F that will also serve the U.S. market, doubling the total offered capacity.
CMA CGM has chosen Air Belgium and Liege airport as the strategic base for its operations
CMA CGM AIR CARGO will rely on the expertise of Air Belgium to operate the aircraft in its fleet. This dynamic airline has a recognized air freight transportation team.
CMA CGM’s Airbus A330-200Fs will be based at Liege, one of Europe’s busiest freight hubs, strategically located in the heart of a large population center and benefiting from a number of intermodal transportation options: air, shipping, road and rail.
Two specialists in air freight and logistics to market CMA CGM AIR CARGO’s services
The CMA CGM Group has decided to rely on the expertise of two European companies to market its services and operate its aircraft.
ECS Group, a leading GSA, will be in charge of marketing CMA CGM AIR CARGO’s services.
The CMA CGM Group has also decided to develop a blocked space agreement on board its aircraft with its subsidiary CEVA Logistics.
Note: The four Airbus A330-200F freighters were previously operated by Qatar Airways and are being painted at Dublin.