Air Cargo Germany begins services to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson

Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport officials have welcomed the inaugural
flight of Air Cargo Germany, which began its twice-weekly service to Atlanta.
The first flight arrived a little after 03:30 on Friday October 12 and Atlanta Fire Rescue trucks provided a water-cannon salute to herald the airline’s first departure from Hartsfield-Jackson at about 06:00.
“We are pleased to welcome Air Cargo Germany to Hartsfield-Jackson,” said Aviation
General Manager Louis Miller.
“Air Cargo Germany is working to expand its connections between North America and
Europe, and Hartsfield-Jackson serves as the perfect global gateway to help achieve this goal.”
AirCargo Germany will operate two weekly flights between Hartsfield-Jackson and Germany using the airline’s Boeing 747F aircraft.
The flights will connect cargo with locations in Russia, Central Asia and Africa as
well as throughout Europe by truck.

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  1. This is so exciting for us working at the airport, especially myself with a background in cargo logistics. With support from the Mayor and the General manager, I am confident that cargo operations will continue to thrive and put our airport on the map as most competitive both in passenger and cargo operations.

    • Glad to hear it, Judah! We look forward to seeing what else Atlanta has to offer – you’ve certainly had a busy year so far 🙂

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