German cargo airline Cargologic Germany has received its fourth aircraft, a 737-400F.
The aircraft was transferred from Canada and has been checked by the German Federal Aviation Authority and cleared for operations.
Bearing the marking ‘D-ACLX’, the aircraft will be used to transport express freight within Europe.
Cargologic Germany is based at Leipzig/Halle Airport.
Putting the 737-400F into service marks the first stage in doubling the Cargologic Germany fleet this year, the company said.
Mitteldeutsche Flughafen’s CEO Götz Ahmelmann commented: “We’re delighted that Cargologic Germany, which is based at our airport, is continuing to grow and we wish all the crews happy landings on each occasion.”