Economies in Spain and Portugal are slowly recovering, albeit at slow paces, but both countries are seeing positive trends in airfreight volumes...
Antonov’s latest transport aircraft, the AN-178, made its first successful test flight on Thursday 7 May and the Ukrainian company announced on 8 May that...
Airfreight volumes fell by 0.4 per cent across the European airport network in the first quarter (Q1) of 2015, compared to the same period in 2014...
The charter business is hit and miss, and can rely on events which cannot be planned for, such as earthquakes or port strikes...
Heathrow Airport says that cargo volumes rose by 3.9 per cent in the first four months of 2015 and increased by 2.2 per cent in the month of April...
UNITED AIRLINES has seen cargo revenue ton miles (CRTM) increase by 12.2 per cent to 874.6 million in the first four months of 2015...
Antonov AN-178 flies for customers
IATA: Net and operating profits improving
TIACA’s new leadership
First quarter fall across Europe’s airports
UKIP win means Manston buyout
Demands for UK runway decisiom
2018 goal for cargo facility at Lambert
32m euro terminal for Ethiopian
LAN Cargo ULD win for CHEP
Jan de Rijk claims EBIT boost
Rising volumes for Heathrow
April volumes fall 11% for Gatwick
DOUBLE-DIGIT BUMP FOR FRAPORT
Demand up 6% at Brussels
April volumes down 19% at Finnair
Double-digit drop for AF-KL-MP
RTK falls 11% in April for LATAM
United up 12% since January
$153m profit for Turkish Airlines
ST Aerospace sees profits drop 5%
German expansion for IAG Cargo with Vueling help
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