as a maintenance organisation
|Destinations||Europe, Middle East|
European Air Transport Leipzig GmbH, often shortened to EAT Leipzig or EAT-LEJ, is a German cargo airline with its head office and main hub on the grounds of Leipzig/Halle Airport in Schkeuditz. It is wholly owned by Deutsche Post DHL and operates the group's DHL-branded parcel and express services. It also provides ad hoc charter services including livestock transport.
The company in its current form dates from a merger agreement of 10 February 2010, which involved European Air Transport N.V. Brussels. That company was incorporated by the European Air Transport Leipzig GmbH and merged with it. European Air Transport Leipzig employs around 350 pilots and 430 technical personnel. Newly hired pilots are employed by either one of the subcontractors (ACL / DHL UK) or EAT Gmbh with a Leipzig-based contract. The airline also operates a number of routes for British Airways, Iberia, Finnair and Amazon.
European Air Transport operates services to Europe, Middle East and Africa as part of the DHL Aviation network. Besides over 75 smaller "air gateways", the major operational bases of DHL Aviation in Europe are:
|France||Paris||Charles de Gaulle Airport|
|Italy||Milan||Orio al Serio International Airport|
|Netherlands||Amsterdam||Amsterdam Airport Schiphol|
|Spain||Madrid||Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport|
|United Kingdom||East Midlands||East Midlands Airport|
|United Kingdom||London||Heathrow Airport|
As of August 2017, the European Air Transport Leipzig fleet consists of the following aircraft:
|Airbus A330-200F||—||Purchased from Etihad Airways|
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