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Month: June 2014

Freight rises in Asia despite oil

Asia Pacific air cargo demand grew by 4.4 per cent from January to May despite high oil prices being a

No cargo security exception for Russians

Russia is facing an additional barrier to flying freight into the European Union (EU) as the European Commission (EC) is

PACTL cold facility to be ready in 2015

Shanghai Pudong International Airport Cargo Terminal  (PACTL) is to build a cold-chain facility at its terminal one and it will

Sniffer dogs should screen cargo before its airport arrival says AfA

The US Airforwarders Association (AfA) has proposed that private companies' sniffer dogs are used for pre-airport screening to the US

Brussels to see through transparent solutions for its pharma processes

BRUSSELS AIRPORT is transforming its pharmaceutical processes to be more transparent and to meet shippers needs with common standards and

Changi’s $79m cost reduction plan to boost carriers

Changi Airport is to spend 100 million Singapore dollars ($79 million) lowering costs for airlines and improving operational efficiencies to

Weak currency plagues China

Chinese carriers' financial performance is being negatively affected by weakness in the country's currency.

World Air Cargo Awards endorse excellence

Excitable winners, punching the air with their glass trophies brought to a successful end the Air Cargo Week World Air

HACTL rises 13 per cent thanks to Middle East carriers and Cargolux

HONG KONG AIR CARGO TERMINALS LIMITED (HACTL) is 13 per cent ahead on volumes for the first five months of

Drone roadmap sees flying wing, eco-freighters from 2035

Concepts for flying wing freighters, vertical take-off vehicles for short distance freight, and propeller driven eco-airliners for regional routes, are

US unprepared for mass cargo screening, warn forwarders

Disquiet is growing in the US that a plan to screen inbound airfreight shipments may backfire.

Etihad Alitalia deal imminent after successful talks

Etihad Airways is in the final stages of negotiations for its planned investment in struggling Italian carrier Alitalia.

Air Cargo China trade show Daily News

Ensure your important company announcement reaches everyone at the sixth Air Cargo China exhibition and conference in Shanghai by contacting

Jet Airways changes fleet and chief executive

Indian airline Jet Airways has appointed a new chief executive officer (CEO) and set out a three-year business plan while

Norwich strike threat

Twenty-eight security staff at Norwich Airport are to be balloted in June on whether to take industrial action in a

ABC 10 year celebration

AIRbridgecargolines (ABC) started its 10th anniversary year with the strongest first quarter in its history; tonnage was up nine per

United seals deal with dispatchers

United Airlines has reached a tentative joint collective bargaining agreement with the Professional Airline Flight Control Association and the Transport

Good weather for Volga

Two mobile meteorological support vehicles arrived back in Yekaterinburg (Russia) from Delhi onboard a Volga-Dnepr Airlines' Antonov An-124-100 after going

NTSB recommends li-ion battery test certification

Thermal runaway tests on lithium-ion batteries should be carried out for future aircraft certification, according to the US government's National

Year-on-year rise belies slowdown

Apparent increases in freight volumes between April 2013 and the same month this year do not reflect the slow down

Korea reaches new level of carbon cuts

Seoul's Incheon International Airport has become the first South Korean airport to achieve level three certification in Airports Council International's

Saudia introduces pharma product

Saudia Cargo has introduced its new Pharma.2.World Active product, for temperature sensitive products.

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