Bolloré Logistics Dallas recently carried out an air charter flight for aerospace client Flight Safety International from Dallas to Moscow.
The payload was an Embraer 170 Full Flight Simulator FS1000. It was picked up in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, before being loaded in Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport on a Boeing 747-8F.
Based in Centennial, Colorado – Flight Safety International is an aviation training and simulation systems company with a network of learning centres located in the US, Canada, France and Great Britain.
Bolloré Logistics USA regional manager for the Gulf and East, Dany Ditilyeu said: “This charter is the result of a strong team effort and several years of work to develop the knowledge, sales confidence and approach of this market. Special congratulations to Chris Aranda, Rafael Salinas and James Deanda for this success.”
The Dallas branch of Bolloré Logistics opened in 1981 and can handle any type of cargo, but its main industry vertical market is aerospace.
The branch moved to a new location in July 2016 to accommodate its growth. The branch has now tripled their warehouse footprint and doubled their office space, allowing a better work environment for employees and the ability to offer additional services to customers such as warehousing, packing, and temperature controlled storage.