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   Vol. 20 No. 13
Thursday April 1, 2021
AGI Has A Handle On Air Belgium Atlanta
CGM Air Cargo

Warren Jones  Air Belgium is operating four A330-200Fs for the French CMA CGM Group that just launched its cargo airline division and began thrice weekly all-cargo operations Liege-Atlanta where AGI is providing the ramp and warehouse services.
  “These three new weekly flights will create 10-14 direct jobs delivering an estimated $15-$18 million dollar impact for Atlanta and the Southeast region,” reports all-cargo man Warren Jones, AGI VP Business Development.
  “AGI is excited to be the Atlanta address for this growing new air cargo venture,” Warren declared.
  Other CMA-CGM cargo flights by Air Belgium include Chicago and New York.
  Air Belgium’s A340 passenger services to Guadeloupe and Martinique have been paused until at least April 20.

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