MD of CargoLogic Germany set to vacate top job

By Oliver Link - DVZ

The German cargo airline CargoLogic Germany has to look for a new managing director, according to Air Cargo News sister title DVZ.

Johannes Jähn will step down from his post at the end of the month, DVZ learned from people familiar with the matter.

Jähn has been managing the German freighter airline based at Leipzig/Halle Airport since September 19 last year, when he took over from Ulrich Ogiermann.

According to information from DVZ, the airfreight manager asked for the termination of his contract. It is not yet clear who will follow him.

Previously, Jähn was managing director of Leipzig/Halle Airport.

The airline gained AOC certification in September last year and launched services shortly after.

The carrier operates three B737-400Fs but has ambitions to grow its fleet to ten aircraft, targeting the express and e-commerce markets.

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