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Month: October 2014

PilotsÂ’ strike costs Air France 330m euros

Air France-KLM has seen its nine month profit fall 79.2 per cent to 40 million euros ($50.9 million), compared to

New jet fuel to fly in UK in 2015

A two hour proving flight in the UK in 2015 of a new type of jet fuel is to be

Changi dips after 3 good months

CHANGI AIRPORT has seen its freight volumes dip to 147,800 tonnes in September, the lowest month since February, because of

United Airlines achieves 156% profit rise

UNITED AIRLINES has seen its year-to-date (YTD) profits increase by 156.1 per cent to $1.1 billion, with $924 million profit

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol steadily grows despite volume volatility

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol handled 1.2 million tonnes of cargo in the first nine months of 2014, up 8.1 per cent

Hong Kong Airport sees September volumes dip

Hong Kong International Airport handled 364,000 tonnes of cargo in September, down from both July and August, when it handled

Governor Coumo announces New York airports revitalisation

Stewart international airport is to become a regional cargo distribution hub, relieving John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) of most

Ebola fund from FIATA pledges $110,000

Members of the International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations (FIATA) have pledged to donate $110,000, at the time of going

AirBridgeCargoÂ’s double-digit nine months

AirBridgeCargo (ABC) Airlines handled 290,735 tonnes of cargo in the first nine months of 2014, up 14 per cent on

Heathrow sells off its airports

Aberdeen International Airport, Glasgow Airport and Southampton Airport are being sold to Ferrovial Aeropuertos and Macquarie European Infrastructure Fund 4

Calls for more UK action on green airports

UK politicians have written to the government's secretary of state for transport calling for new measures to make air transport

September sees new low for Frankfurt

Frankfurt Airport has seen cargo and mail handled drop to 178,667 tonnes in September, down from July and August when

House of Lords studies drones

AN investigation into the civil use of drones by the UK government's second legislative chamber, the House of Lords, could

Biofuels unlikely to cut carbon by more than 4 per cent by 2020

Biofuels are unlikely to play a significant role in cutting carbon emissions for the airline industry, according to consulting firm

Finnair does deal with pilots union

FINNAIR has approved a one-off long term incentive plan for its pilots as part of a savings agreement between the

Positive but patchy says IATA

Airfreight volumes increased in August, compared to July, but improvements have been patchy and differ region to region, with Asia

European Union leads 3.3% traffic growth

European freight traffic has increased by 3.3 per cent year-on-year in August, with the growth coming from within the European

Runways now political faultline ahead of election

Runway capacity is now a political faultline between the UK's two ruling political parties, the Liberal Democrats and the Conservative

Turbine testing to follow VV-Plane cargo drone test flights

4X4 Aviation's scale-model (see picture) of its Versatile Vehicle (VV)-Plane  cargo drone flew briefly on 26 September following a presentation

FedEx Express begins work on Copenhagen airport facility

Work has started on FedEx Express' new Copenhagen Airport facility

Emirates signs 10 year deal to collaborate with Linhas Aereas De Angola

Emirates is to take a role in the management of TAAG Linhas Aéreas De Angola (TAAG) as part of a

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