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Month: December 2014

Flights at Lagos Airport are suspended due to congestion

The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) announced on 19 December that all Lagos Murtala Muhammed International Airport cargo flights

Air Charter Service promotes US West Coast operations manager

Aircraft charter specialist, Air Charter Service (ACS), has promoted Thomas Howe to president of its US West coast operation.

Cathay Pacific Cargo signs up to DoKaSch Opticooler containers

Cathay Pacific Cargo is to rent RKN and RAP Opticooler containers from DoKaSch Temperature Solutions.

AirBridgeCargo Airlines does Boeing Shanghai deal for Boeing 737-400 conversion

Volga Dnepr Group's AirBridgeCargo Airlines (ABC) is to have a Boeing 737-400 converted by conversion specialist Aeronautical Engineers (AEI) following

IATA: Airfreight trends are troubling

Air cargo is cheaper than in 2010, carriers could benefit from falling oil prices, but there are long term trends

IATA: US and Asia Pacific lead revival of 5.4%

Freight tonne kilometres (FTK) in October have seen a year-on-year rise of 5.4 per cent because of improving economic conditions

Weak LatAm hits LATAM

LATAM AIRLINES has seen year-on-year cargo volumes decline in November by 2.5 per cent to 394 million revenue tonne kilometres

Hong Kong International sees year high in November

Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) handled 421,000 tonnes of cargo in November, its highest monthly volume this year, with most

IATA: Oil to aid profit, weak margins to remain

Airlines are expected to make a net profit globally of $25 billion in 2015, helped by declining oil prices, but

WFS signs Singapore Airlines and ATA Italia agreements

Cargo handler Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) has consolidated its UK operations after winning a three-year contract to provide handling services

Lufthansa-ANA Joint venture begins with 2 December Haneda-Heathrow flight

Lufthansa Cargo and All Nippon Airways (ANA) have operated their first flights as part of the airlines "joint sales of

World Air Cargo Awards 2015 arrive in May

Air Cargo Week World Air Cargo Awards will be taking place at the Bayerischer Hof Hotel on the evening of

Evans departs Swiss to promote change

Swiss International Air Lines' chief cargo officer, Oliver Evans, is to step down at the end of September 2015, after

Pilots accept France-only Transavia expansion

Air France-KLM's plan to develop low-cost affiliate Transavia's domestic operation has cleared its last major hurdle after the flag carrier's

Volumes return to healthier 2010 levels

Airfreight is now at levels not seen since the 2010 post-recession bounce-back, but is facing strong competition from other types

Conflict warning progress

Cetralised coordinated information sharing on the risk to civil aviation from conflicts is set to be put forward to the

Losses continue to haunt Malaysia Airlines in third quarter

Malaysia Airlines has made a third quarter loss of 575.6 million ringgits ($167.5 million), bringing its total losses for the

Carriers face $3.3bn legal action

German logistics firm Deutsche Bahn (DB) Schenker is to seek $3.3 billion in damages from air cargo carriers found guilty

Europe is rising slowly

Freight volumes continue to improve at European airports, but the rate of improvement has slowed, according to data from Airports

FRAMAK project promises savings

Savings for carriers of 1.5 million nautical miles (2.7 million kilometres), 30,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide and 9,000 tonnes of

Thanet aims at 2015 Manston decision

Thanet District Council may approve the draft Local Plan for Thanet to 2031 on 11 December for public consultation in

UK plans 2015 drone debate

Next year a public consultation in the UK on remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS), known as drones, for civil and

Regions to take lead in runway debate

A coalition of UK business leaders, academics, trade associations and other senior non-government organisation personnel, calling itself the National Connectivity Task

Strong October for Asia Pacific

Asia Pacific airlines have seen freight tonne kilometres (FTK) rise to 5.6 billion in October, after two months stuck at

Hong Kong Airport sees first half year profits jump by 20%

Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) has made a six month profit of 3.8 billion Hong Kong dollars ($489.9 million) and

October is yearÂ’s second best at Changi

Changi Airport handled 159,700 tonnes of cargo in October, making it the strongest month of the year apart from March,

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