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CLA adds to network

November 3 - CargoLogicAir (CLA) is adding Tel Aviv, Israel to its growing network of scheduled freighter operations.

Starting on November 10, the airline will operate a weekly Boeing 747-400F service to Tel Aviv via Frankfurt, Germany.

Dmitry Grishin, ceo of CLA, commented: "Our customers have indicated a high level of demand for a 747 freighter service connecting the heart of Europe and Tel Aviv and we are able to meet their requirements with a route that also gives direct connectivity into our growing global network.

"We expect to carry a diverse range of cargoes on this route, including regular shipments of pharmaceuticals, hi-tech products, aerospace components and perishables."

CLA has appointed Rom Top Aviation as its general sales agency partner in Tel Aviv.

www.cargologicair.com

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