Pacific Logistics is an American cargo airline based out of Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC). The airline operates scheduled and charter flights to South America, Europe, Asia, Oceania, and the Middle East.
Pacific Logistics operates an all-Boeing fleet consisting of B777F, B747-400F, and B747-8F aircraft.
Pacific Logistics was established in June 2013 and began flight operations 5 months later following the acquisition of the company's first aircraft, a B747-400F. PacLog initially operated scheduled cargo flights between Hong Kong and Seoul via Anchorage, and gradually expanded it's route network to more Asian cities with the lease of a second B747-400F in July 2014.
In January 2015, PacLog announced an order for 8 Boeing 777-200LRF aircraft. Deliveries were scheduled to begin in late 2016. PacLog further supplemented their fleet by leasing two 777F aircraft from Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings. The long-haul capabilities of the B777 meant that the company now had a direct link to several cities in Asia and Europe.
In October 2015, the company announced they had completed the purchase of three second-hand B747-400ERFs. Several new cargo destinations were added including Brussels and Amsterdam.
In March 2018, PacLog announced system-wide network changes and unveiled a new corporate livery. These changes were meant to reflect a change in direction by fresh corporate leadership.
In May 2019, PacLog took delivery of it's first Boeing 747-8F.
The Pacific Logistics fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of Jan 2020):
Pacific Logistics Fleet
4 Bedek Converted Freighters
Six options inherited through Nippon Cargo Airlines
Deliveries to continue through 2020
Pacific Logistics provides scheduled freight services to five different continents.