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Partnerships & Subsidiaries
AeroLogic was established in September 2007 and commenced airline operations almost two years later in June 2009. Its fleet is composed of 21 Boeing 777 freighters.
The company was established as a joint venture by Lufthansa Cargo AG and DHL Express (represented by Deutsche Post Beteiligungen Holding AG).
AeroLogic has its own Air Operator Certificate (AOC), own air traffic rights, and is responsible for all airline operations including aircraft, pilots and network.
The headquarters of AeroLogic are located at Leipzig/Halle Airport in Schkeuditz/Germany. The company currently has around 750 employees, some 600 of whom are flight crew.
The shareholders of AeroLogic are at the same time customers that utilize air freighter capacity. All marketing and sales activities are handled exclusively by Lufthansa Cargo and DHL Express.
AeroLogic currently serves a route network comprising 27 destinations in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and North America from its home base at Leipzig/Halle.
Learn more about AeroLogic GmbH.
All belly capacities of Austrian Airlines are marketed by Lufthansa Cargo and fully integrated in our capacity offer.
All belly capacities of Brussels Airlines are marketed by Lufthansa Cargo and fully integrated in our capacity offer.
All belly capacities of Eurowings Discover are marketed by Lufthansa Cargo and fully integrated in our capacity offer.
Since it was founded on April 1, 2002, the cargo division of Swiss International Air has been flying to some 150 worldwide destinations and connecting more than 80 countries. Headquartered at Zurich Airport, the company focuses on the transport of high-value goods. Swiss WorldCargo markets the belly capacity of SWISS passenger aircraft and its network of road services. The acquisition of the Swiss airline by Deutsche Lufthansa AG in March 2005 paved the way for Swiss WorldCargo to join the Lufthansa Cargo Group. Since 2022 Swiss WorldCargo is also included in the joint venture of Cathay Pacific and Lufthansa Cargo.
Learn more about Swiss WorldCargo.
Why ANA Cargo and Lufthansa Cargo are joining forces.
The concept of cooperation is probably as old as humanity itself. The power of working together is what has allowed us to succeed as a species. And as old as the concept is, it still has potential today. So what makes cooperation successful? It takes a well-balanced mixture of differences and similarities. Ideally, when joining forces, seemingly contrasting strengths will add up to something new and exciting. Synergies will emerge. Portfolios will complement each other. Some might argue that the most impressive and successful kind of cooperation is one that ends up creating something that is greater than the sum of its parts.
A promise to our customers: this one is for you.
When the idea of cooperation between ANA Cargo and Lufthansa Cargo was first conceived, we were convinced that it would bring great benefits to our customers. By cooperating, we would end up having so much more to offer on flights between Japan and Europe: Direct access to more destinations. Faster and more frequent connections. Increased capacity. And, last but not least: more simplicity and efficiency for you thanks to shared standard processes and one-stop shopping for pricing and bookings.
Lufthansa Cargo, Europe's largest air cargo carrier, and Cathay Pacific Cargo, one of the leading air cargo carriers in Asia, entered a joint business agreement in May 2016. More direct connections, greater flexibility and time savings combined with service enhancements – these are just some of the benefits customers will enjoy. Both airlines will work closely together on network planning, as well as sales, IT and ground handling. This will bring Hong Kong, the world’s busiest air cargo hub, closer to Europe, strengthening one of the world’s great trade lanes.
United Cargo® and Lufthansa Cargo are coming together to raise the standard of shipping between the U.S. and Europe, and give you more options and streamlined services. Shipping freight between the U.S. and Europe (in both directions) has never been easier.
Partnership is an important asset. It means strength through the pursuit of a common goal. Good partners stick together, grow together and stand by each other. That is why we are pleased to welcome selected companies to our newly restructured partner program and honor them as
Our Road Feeder partner program
For many years, we have been offering our customers top quality – and our Road Feeder Services are no exception. The key to this is a close working relationship with you, our partners, that is built on trust.
We are pleased to welcome selected freight forwarders to our new partner program and honor them as Premium Road Partners.
By naming you one of our Premium Road Partners, our highest honor, we would like to recognize the good and reliable collaboration between you, a member of the logistics industry, and us at Lufthansa Cargo.
Our Road Feeder Service transports a total of around 600,000 metric tons of freight every year. Together, our goal is to strengthen our shared spirit in the long term and grow successfully with you.
Lufthansa Cargo Group – Facilities
Lufthansa Cargo Group – Facilities
Airmail Center Frankfurt GmbH
The Airmail Center Frankfurt GmbH is a joint venture between Lufthansa Cargo AG, Fraport AG (40 percent stake) and Deutsche Post AG (20 percent). The company provides airmail handling services for Lufthansa Cargo AG and other airlines at Frankfurt and Munich airports. Airmail Center Frankfurt serves around 300 flights in Frankfurt, handles incoming and outgoing mail as well as transit mail with an average volume of 400 tons daily ? packed by postal companies worldwide in sacks, bags and containers. The company not only offers postal companies and airlines first-rate handling capacity, it also keeps them up to date with information on their processing status.
Learn more about Airmail Center Frankfurt GmbH.
Handling counts GmbH
handling counts GmbH is a wholly owned Lufthansa Cargo subsidiary. It was formed in 2007 following collective wage negotiations and the final arbitration recommendation. Today, handling counts GmbH employs about 300 handling employees at the Lufthansa Cargo Center in Frankfurt (build-up und break-down), at the Frankfurt Animal Lounge and in the Lufthansa Cargo Service Center.
Learn more about handling counts GmbH.
International Cargo Centre Shenzhen (ICCS)
Located in the Pearl River Delta ‒ one of the most productive industrial regions of China situated between the megacities Hong Kong and Guangzhou - the International Cargo Centre Shenzhen (ICCS) offers a full range of cargo handling services for Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport. Since its founding in September 2004, the company has been synonymous with high-quality freight handling services. Shenzhen Airport Co. Ltd. operates with Lufthansa Cargo on an equal partnership basis.
Learn more about International Cargo Centre Shenzhen (ICCS).
Lufthansa Cargo Servicios Logisticos de México S.A. de C.V.
The wholly owned subsidiary of Lufthansa Cargo is located at Mexico City International Airport, where it has its own warehouse. The company has been offering loading and unloading services to freight forwarders and airlines since 2007.
Shanghai Pudong Int’l Airport Cargo Terminal Co. Ltd.
Shanghai Pudong Int’l Airport Cargo Terminal (PACTL) is a Sino-German air freight handling company located at Shanghai Pudong International Airport, one of the biggest cargo airports of the world. PACTL handles 25,000 to 30,000 tons of freight each week for a total of 44 airlines. Its facilities and services include 190,000 m² of covered warehouse space and a national road feeder service. The terminal has a maximum handling capacity of around 2.5 million tons annually. Furthermore, due to the good relationships and trust it has built up with customers over the years, Shanghai Pudong Int’l Airport Cargo Terminal now ranks among the leading air freight terminals worldwide.
Learn more about Shanghai Pudong Int’l Airport Cargo Terminal.
Lufthansa Cargo Group – Service companies
Lufthansa Cargo Group – Service companies
Jettainer, a specialist in ULD management, was founded at the end of 2003. Based in Raunheim, near Frankfurt Airport, it manages about 80,000 containers and pallets for air freight transport worldwide. The company has employees at its German headquarters and at its operational centers at key stations for its customers. Jettainer is a wholly owned subsidiary of Lufthansa Cargo AG.
Learn more about Jettainer GmbH.
time:matters GmbH is a specialist provider of courier, same-day and emergency logistics services as well as time-critical international spare parts logistics and has been part of the Lufthansa Cargo Group since 2002. The experts for Special Speed Logistics offer highly flexible, customized transportation solutions for extremely urgent or complex logistical challenges by air, rail and road ‒ anytime and anywhere.
As a wholly-owned subsidiary based in Frankfurt am Main, heyworld will focus fully on the needs of the e-commerce industry. Its services, in the form of configurable, transparent and reliable transport solutions, will be especially designed for online retailers, digital marketplaces, online shop operators and forwarders.
Learn more about heyworld.