An Air Cargo Week report.
CAL co-exhibited at the LGG booth (#501). At the event we promoted our products and hosted an evening cocktail for new potential partners and customers in Europe.
Taking place in Orlando Florida, we’re sponsoring the conference app, and are excited to host partners, GSA’s and potential new customers.
New product will be announced at Air Cargo Europe show, May 5-8, 2015 CAL Cargo Airlines will be launching a new product at the upcoming Air Cargo Europe show, taking place May 5-8 in Munich, Germany. CAL VAL offers safe and quick transportation for artwork and valuable cargo, and is ideal for private art collectors, […]
By completing IATA’s Center of Excellence for Independent Validators Pharmaceutical Logistics (CEIV) certification program, CAL will be the first group with a certified cargo airline and ground handling operations The CAL Group announced today that it has joined IATA’s Center of Excellence for Independent Validators Pharmaceutical Logistics (CEIV Pharma) program. Once completed, CAL will be […]
Ruth Lamdan, manager of our NY station interviewed for an Air Cargo Week story on cargo through New York.
CAL Cargo is featured in an Air Cargo World feature on Trucking and Air Freight.
Special event for major freight forwarders in Cyprus. CAL Cargo airlines celebrated the opening of the new operation in Larnaca at a special event for the major freight forwarders in Cyprus. Organized by local GSA Air Cargo Links, the event featured a presentation of CAL’s plans and expertise to be leveraged in the market in […]
Cargo flights arrive in Larnaca every Monday and Thursday, effectively replacing the cargo division of Cyprus Airways. Cyprus market responding positively. January 22, 2015 Liege, Belgium – CAL Cargo Airlines announced today that it has initiated two independent weekly cargo flights to Larnaca (LCA), effectively replacing the cargo division of Cyprus Airways. The announcement came […]
Air Cargo News Pharma Feature Rami Marom, CAL’s VP ground operations and COO discusses CAL’s five minute tarmac target. Read the full print version.