Wadadli Cargo plans to operate 737 Aircraft by next year

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Antigua-based Wadadli Cargo plans to begin operations with a 737-800F and an ATR 72-200F in the second half of 2021, becoming Antigua and Barbuda’s only cargo carrier.

The startup told Cargo Facts it has no plans to obtain its own air operator’s certificate (AOC), and will therefore hand the aircraft over to a CMI operator.

“Wadadli Cargo is committed to providing reliable, consistent cargo operations for shippers and receivers. We do this by flying smaller, more fuel-efficient airplanes with lower costs, and through increased frequency of shipments beyond what existing services offer.

We will be the first cargo airline to maintain this service throughout the year and not operate our aircraft on other routes without our core routes being fulfilled,” according to its website.

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  1. Wadadli Cargo LLC- business is registered in Florida. Think the V2 on the tail is just for show, no chance they register Antiguan. This was tried before before by One Caribbean and it would have taken Eccaa years to get it on the registry. So it’s an American business with an American registered aircraft. How is this Antiguan? Vague reporting is so frustrating why don’t news agencies ask any questions like who is the owner/ceo?

  2. Hmmmm, The font used for WADADLI CARGO on the plane is the same font used with CALVINAIR HELICOPTERS. Interesting.

  3. This is a very good development. Especially in this Covid times. We need more and reliable air cargo. Amerijet is already skipping days. I hope they succeed. Antiguans do not like to take the risk in doing business but they are the first to complain when some foreigner does invest their money.

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