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Month: November 2015

Lufthansa signs agreement over ground personnel pay

Lufthansa has signed an agreement with services union ver.di on pay for about 30,000 ground personnel. Lufthansa has agreed a

Cathay Pacific settles antitrust case in Canada

Cathay Pacific Airways yesterday said it would pay C$6 million ($4.48 million) to settle an antitrust case in Canada involving

Air Charter Service moves into new Frankfurt office

Air Charter Service (ACS) is expanding its operations in Germany by moving into a new office in Frankfurt closer to

Industry on security alert after global terrorist acts

Security is on the minds of air cargo industry decision makers after the wave of terrorist attacks and the intense

Panalpina transports UNICEF aid to Burundi

Panalpina has transported 70 tonnes of medical care goods to Burundi for UNICEF as the East African country plunges into

Asia Pacific carriers see cargo decline

Weakness in major economies such as China, India and Japan has caused airfreight in Asia to fall by 0.7 per

Norwegian Cargo signs Royal Mail agreement

Norwegian Cargo has signed a two-year framework agreement with Royal Mail’s Gatwick Air Mail Unit (GAMU). This deal will see

Med-View starts Nigeria to UK bellyhold cargo route

Med-View Airline started services from Lagos (Nigeria) to Gatwick Airport on 20 November offering cargo capacity for both UK and

Jettainer completes repair certificate process

Jettainer has completed the certification process of its repair partners for its unit load devices (ULD) round the globe. The

Specialist cargo types is BCUBE’s Italian job

Competition in the Italian airfreight market is high and the general air cargo market turbulence is affecting volumes at BCUBE

Aer Lingus looking across the Atlantic for business

Aer Lingus is expanding its services to the US, carrying high value pharmaceuticals and other medical products from Europe to

Security on the agenda next week in London

The Transport Security Expo takes place from 2-3 December at London’s Olympia with more than 4,500 security professionals expected from

Istanbul needs third airport to continue strong growth

Turkey is a strategically important market to connect with the Eurasian region, but capacity will remain a problem until Istanbul’s

Cargolux to employ more pilots and increase freighters

Cargolux International Airlines’ board has approved 100 additional pilot jobs in Luxembourg and is to replace two Boeing 747-400 Freighters

IATA e-AWB end of year target likely to be missed

Electronic air waybill (e-AWB) penetration has risen to 35.1 per cent in October, an improvement on September but reaching the

Lufthansa Cargo freighter livery designed in support of aid organisation

A Lufthansa Cargo freighter is from now on flying around the world with the footprints of 24 children on its

Tributes paid to Intradco managing director, Eddie McMullen

Tributes have been paid to Intradco managing director, Eddie McMullen, who died on 19 November, aged 66. McMullen had been

Cargo fall in October for Aeroflot

Aeroflot has seen a falls in cargo carried in October – in the first month that it helped out with

Biman Bangladesh Airlines takes delivery of Boeing 737-800

Biman Bangladesh Airlines has taken delivery of its first direct purchased Boeing 737-800 Next Generation, as part of its fleet

Air Partner signs agreement with Air Cargo Integrators

Air Partner’s Freight division has signed a memorandum of understanding with Air Cargo Integrators (ACI) of the United Arab Emirates

Sharjah Aviation Services selects Cargo Flash management system

Sharjah Aviation Services has selected Cargo Flash Info tech’s Cargo Flash nGen-CMS as its warehouse and management suite, to be

New UK cargo carrier’s website goes live

A new UK cargo airline CargoLogicAir has gone live with its website as the carrier looks set to launch services

BIFA welcomes George Osborne’s Autumn Statement

British International Freight Association (BIFA) has welcomed the news in the UK Chancellor George Osborne’s Autumn Statement transport capital spending

Air Partner winds down Ebola relief work

Air Partner is winding down its Ebola relief work in Sierra Leone as the West African nation is declared free

CEVA opens new multi-user warehouse in Malaysia

CEVA Logistics has opened Central Distribution Center (CDC) 2 in Shah Alam, Malaysia, 16 miles from Kuala Lumpur. Constructed on

New members join Air Cargo Community Frankfurt

The Air Cargo Community Frankfurt continues to grow after Georgi Transporte and Menian joined the trade association at Frankfurt Airport.

Significance of cargo at Heathrow only just realised

Heathrow Airport chief executive officer John Holland-Kaye says the gateway “didn’t understand the significance of cargo” until it started working

Amazon to build facility in Rickenbacker

Online retail giant Amazon has announced plans to build a one-million-square-foot fulfillment center in the Rickenbacker Global Logistics Park, on

IAG interested in more acquisitions, Willie Walsh says

The International Airlines Group (IAG) is eyeing more airline acquisitions, according to chief executive Willie Walsh. Speaking at the Airport

EVA confirms order for 24 Boeing 787-10s

EVA Airways has finalised its order for up to 24 Boeing 787-10 Dreamliners and two Boeing 777-300 Extended Ranges (ER)

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