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Month: July 2015

Emirates cashing in on location and network

Emirates SkyCargo’s freighter and bellyhold networks continue to branch out and this shows no signs of slowing down in the

Yielding to the inevitable

Boeing’s order from EVA Air Cargo for five of its Boeing 777 Freighters, confirmed in July, would seem to point

Revenues rise 6.2% in Q2 at TNT

TNT’s new strategy appears to be paying dividends after its second quarter (Q2) revenues rose 6.2 per cent year on

Cargolux Airlines International and OGBL union reach new work agreement

Cargolux Airlines International has reached an agreement with Luxembourg’s OGBL trade union on the main points of a new collective

ACAS pilot programme extended again

The US government’s Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency’s air cargo advance screening (ACAS) pilot programme is asking for new

Losses halved in Q2 at SIA Cargo

Singapore Airlines (SIA) Cargo halved its operating loss in the first quarter (Q1) of the financial year compared to Q1

Volumes fall at Changi Airport in June

Changi Airport’s monthly cargo volumes dipped in June for the second consecutive month. The airport handled 151,300 tonnes in June,

dnata buys Aviapartner at Schiphol

Dnata has agreed a deal with Aviapartner to buy its cargo handling operations at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. The agreement sees

American suffers 12% second quarter cargo revenue fall

American Airlines’ cargo revenue fell year on year (YOY) by 12.3 per cent in the second quarter (Q2) of this

UPS gains $700 million second quarter profit boost

UPS saw operating profit and margin rise in the second quarter (Q2) of this year, fuelled by international, supply chain

United sees second quarter revenue dip

United Airlines saw its cargo revenue fall in the second quarter (Q2) of this year, but it is up for

Cargolux reaches deal with union over collective work agreement

Cargolux Airlines has reached a consensus with Luxembourg’s OGBL union on the main points of a new collective work agreement.

Asia Pacific slowdown continues

The slowdown in Asia Pacific continues, as in June the region saw a slight 0.5 per cent fall in demand

DHL warns new generation of cold chains needed

A new generation of cold chains needs to be developed for the life sciences and healthcare industry to support improvements

Changi has big ambitions

A 10-year growth strategy aimed at offering greater handling capacity and securing Singapore’s Changi Airport’s position as a key airfreight

IATA: outlook for volumes positive

Airline profit expectations for the year ahead have fallen, but remain upbeat and the oulook for cargo volumes is, “positive”,

AZura International launches major online initiative

AZura International, owner of Air Cargo Week, has introduced a major new data service on its website, featuring multimedia

Boeing issues battery warning

Boeing has advised airlines not to carry large quantities of lithium-ion batteries as bellyhold cargo until improved packaging is developed.

Tonnage growth boosts Kuehne + Nagel

Net turnover and gross profit fell slightly in the first half of 2015, but a number of factors helped the

Hactl passes GDP audit

Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Limited (Hactl) has passed its first World Health Organization (WHO) Good Distribution Practices (GDP) annual

Growth slows in Asia Pacific and the Middle East

Airfreight volumes at airports across Asia Pacific and the Middle East saw a slight increase in May, according to the

Coventry Airport names cargo handler

Coventry Airport has appointed time-critical logistics specialist Bespoke Distribution Aviation (BDA) its official handling agent. BDA, which is already based

US airlines eye scheduled routes to Cuba

US airlines are eyeing the launch of scheduled routes to Cuba after the two countries reopened their embassies this week.

BCUBE Air Cargo gains IATA pharma certificate

BCUBE Air Cargo has achieved the International Air Transport Association’s Centre of Excellence for Independent Validators in Pharmaceutical Handling (CEIV)

CEVA opens new global distribution centre

Supply chain specialist CEVA Logistics has opened a new a global distribution centre for industrial spare parts in Born, the

FedEx signs deal for 50 Boeing 767-300 Freighters

FedEx has signed a deal to buy 50 Boeing 767-300 Freighters as part of its fleet modernisation programme. The integrator

All trade lanes growing at Liege Airport

Liege Airport has seen cargo tonnage grow year on year (YOY) by a substantial 13 per cent in the first

Thai forwarder takes up E-freight

Thai freight forwarder Triple i Asia Cargo has joined the EzyCustoms community operated by e-freight software provider, Global Logistics System.

AirBridgeCargo posts 17% growth in first half of 2015

Efforts by Russia’s largest cargo airline AirBridgeCargo Airlines to grow its business in key world markets is paying off after

Canada to get new link with China

Companies moving products to and from western Canada are about to get a new link with China and the Asia-Pacific

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