Spring 2021 Schedule

Dulles, VA -- Today Capitol Logistics management is pleased to announce the release of the Spring 2021 schedule amid a corprorate restructuring plan. With domestic cargo demands flourishing despite the uncertainty around the global pandemic and financial stability, Capitol Logistics has postured itself to capture significant market share in the US domestic market by partnering with several large goods distributors, promising rapid on-demand cargo needs across the contiguous United States. Due to the shift in focus, several changes have been implemented at existing crew base locations. Due to an overall lack of capacity and the needs of the prime customer, major operations in the Washington DC metro area are shifting from Washington Dulles International Airport to Baltimore-Washington International Airport. As this move is considered with the DC-Maryland-Northern Virginia metropolitan area, there are no anticipated disruptions to existing DC area based crews and their families. Additionally, Capitol Logistics will maintains its corporate operations center at the existing facility near Dulles due. Other operational changes include moving operations in the LA metro area to San Bernardino as the west coast distribution facility nears completion, promising to dramatically increase throughput in the Southern California market. Until completion of facilities in San Bernardino, Capitol Logistics will serve four airports in the LA metro area to meet customer demand: Los Angeles International (LAX), March Air Reserve Base (RIV), and Ontario International (ONT). Last but not least, Grizzly Air Cargo in Anchorage, Alaska and Capitol Logistics European operations in Liege, Belgium have been put on hiatus in order to concentrate on the US domestic market. It is anticipated that both operational hubs will recommence in late calendar year 2021 to early 2022. 

Posted By: Tom Eddy (2021-04-01 00:07:13)

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So we won't be out of a job anytime soon, this is good news! 2021-04-01 23:08:21 Sam Perez