Our areas of expertise:
CGN is the No.1 express cargo platform in Europe and the only cargo airport worldwide that hosts the largest express service providers – DHL Express, FedEx and UPS – together in one location for more than 30 years. You as customer will benefit from the extensive connectivity and convenience that our global network at CGN provides. The customs authority at CGN is available 24/7 and highly experienced in clearing large e-commerce volumes within a short time.
CGN’s scheduled main deck and belly-cargo service network delivers more than 850,000 tons of cargo every year. From flowers and other perishables to heavy machinery, construction materials, and high-value goods. Always safely, securely and efficiently, we offer scheduled cargo capacity out of CGN to the biggest cargo hubs worldwide.
Apart from the scheduled cargo service, CGN knows how to accommodate charter requests, regardless how big or small the shipments are. We support your part-charters, backloads and other commercially innovative solutions for ad hoc, peak season and project cargo.
CGN provides the expertise and resources for special cargo services. From transporting live animals to temperature-controlled freight to outsized cargo.
- AVI | Live animals following strict adherence to the rules set in IATA Resolution 620: Live animals, birds, dogs, mammals, reptiles, fish, and amphibians (Download AVI-Brochure)
- DGR | Dangerous goods requiring special handling, as outlined in “Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air, issued by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)”
- HEA | Heavy/bulky/oversized cargo: pipes, cable drums, heavy machinery, oversized equipment parts, and vehicles of all sizes in this context, CGN also has all relevant approvals from the local authorities to use all types of special cranes
- PER | Perishables that must be delivered quickly and protected against adverse changes in temperature or humidity, fresh and frozen foods, flowers, and live plants
- VAL | High-value cargo requiring high-security service