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Month: May 2014

Cargojet expands fleet with Boeing 767 Freighters

Canadian all-cargo airline Cargojet is to dry-lease an additional two Boeing 767-200 Freighters for up to three years from Cargo

Manston Airport to close on 15 May

Manston Airport is to close on 15 May, the airport has announced.

IATA: Cargo volumes are ‘flat’

The final quarter of 2013 saw growth, but since the start of 2014 "air cargo volumes have basically been flat,"

Airbus A350 undergoes extreme testing

The Airbus A350 eXtraWide Body (XWB) test aircraft, manufacturer's serial number (MSN) 2, is now at the US Air Force's

Air Transport Services Group sees no gain or loss

Air Transport Services Group's (ATSG) first quarter revenue was $143.6 million, flat with a year ago.

Saudia makes big push for electronic air waybill use

Saudi Airlines cargo division, Saudia Cargo, doubled its use of  electronic air waybills (e-AWB) from February to March and says

India makes real-time aircraft tracking mandatory

On 5 May the Indian government's Office of the Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) announced in a safety circular

Bad weather cuts $200m from UPS income

United Parcel Service (UPS) has announced its first quarter 2014 operating profit was down $106 million because of bad weather

American boasts profit jump

American Airlines Group, the merged entity of American Airlines and US Airways, has announced first quarter profits of $480 million,

Cargolux regains profit with 14% revenue jump

Cargolux Airlines International achieved a net profit for 2013 with revenue rising 14 per cent, the tonnage capacity sold up

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