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CargoLogicAir female crew celebrate Women’s Day

CargoLogicAir female crew celebrate Women’s Day

Captain Jacqueline Robinson and First Officer Carina Krause celebrated International Women’s Day by becoming the first all-female crew to fly a CargoLogicAir Boeing 747 Freighter.

As businesses and communities around the world celebrated achievements of women, Captain Robinson and First Officer Krause were making their final preparations at Frankfurt Airport flying to Atlanta onboard a 747-400ERF, but not before they were presented with flowers to mark the milestone.

Robinson, who has more than 3,000 hours flying 747s, joined CargoLogicAir in 2015 as a Senior First Officer and was promoted to Captain in 2018.

Krause joined the airline last year, having previously flown with GSS and TUI Germany.

Crew members included First Officer Tanya Apps, who previously worked for the UK Civil Aviation Authority.

David Kerr, CEO of CargoLogicAir says: “Today, as we celebrate International Women’s Day, we recognise the important contributions all of our female employees are making to the success of CargoLogicAir, as symbolised by Captain Robinson and First Officer Krause.”


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