Hactl to handle CMA CGM Air Cargo Hong Kong services

By Rebecca Jeffrey

CMA CGM Air Cargo ground services. Photo: Hactl

Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Limited (Hactl) has been appointed to handle CMA CGM Air Cargo’s new Hong Kong services which began in early September.

CMA CGM Air Cargo, which received its air carrier certificate from the French Civil Aviation Authority in June, has added five scheduled flights per week from Paris Charles de Gaulle airport to Hong Kong, joining its existing services to the US.

The new Hong Kong services are being operated with new Boeing B777F freighters.

Under the new partnership, air cargo terminal operator Hactl will provide a total cargo solution to CMA CGM Air Cargo, including terminal and ramp handling, as well as documentation services.

Capacity on the flights is being marketed by CMA CGM Air Cargo, together with the support of GSSA ECS Group.

Hactl chief executive Wilson Kwong said: “We are delighted to welcome CMA CGM Air Cargo to our carrier family, and wish them every success with this new venture. We are honoured that they are entrusting their important new service to our care, and look forward to supporting them with comprehensive, efficient and resilient ground handling services.”

Earlier this month, CMA CGM Air Cargo appointed Guillaume Lathelize as chief executive, taking over from Olivier Casanova.

CMA CGM receives air carrier certificate and first B777F

All change at the top for CMA CGM Air Cargo

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