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ABC and CLA go online

Bookings for capacity on AirBridgeCargo (ABC) and CargoLogicAir (CLA) flights can now be completed via the cargo.one digital platform.

From left to right: Jonathan Celetaria (sales director, Europe at AirBridgeCargo Airlines) and Moritz Claussen (founder and managing director of cargo.one).

ABC and CLA partnered with cargo.one in June 2019, as HLPFI reported here.

Now, 12 weeks since agreement was signed, the online booking platform is ready to go live. It covers both airlines’ respective capacity originating from Frankfurt, Munich and Leipzig in Germany, as well as Amsterdam in the Netherlands.

According to ABC and CLA, the companies aim to expand this online offering beyond European markets. Further plans will also look at expanding the products and services offered on the platform.

“Being part of digital booking platforms becomes essential for air cargo players if they want to embrace new sales channels and expand their customer base building strategic relations on different levels with customers,” said Andrey Andreev, vice president, Europe for ABC.

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www.cargologicair.com

www.cargo.one

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