UK-based all-cargo airline CargoLogicAir (CLA) announced it will begin twice-weekly London-to-Mexico City service, a route linking the Mexican capital to markets in the United States, via Atlanta, and the carrier’s hub in London. The service will start on August 19 with a total cargo capacity of 200 tons a week.

 It’ll be the company’s first scheduled cargo route, said Dmitry Grishin, CEO of CargoLogicAir, who added that the new route seeks to attract customers in the automotive industry, hi-tech, energy, aerospace and healthcare.

CLA will operate 747-400 freighters out of London Stansted Airport every Wednesday and Saturday to Mexico City International Airport, via Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

The company also has main deck connectivity to Frankfurt and Abu Dhabi. It’s Mexico City routes will allow CLA to offer Europe-Mexico, Europe-Middle East and U.S.-Middle East connections. CLA’s Frankfurt routes connect to its partner airline, Russia-based AirBridgeCargo, enabling CLA to offer onward connections to the Asia-Pacific region.

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