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Month: October 2016

AEI certified by FAA for CRJ200 freighter conversions

Aeronautical Engineers (AEI) has gained Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certification for passenger-to-freighter conversions for the Bombardier CRJ200. The aircraft will

Hainan Airlines to start services from Shanghai to Brussels

Hainan Airlines will launch direct flights between Brussels Airport and Shanghai Pudong International Airport sometime next year. The gateways says

Rhenus Group sets up office in South Korea

Rhenus Group is continuing to consolidate its Asian network by opening up in South Korea, with an office in Seoul,

Kenyan perishables in high demand

Perishables make up the bulk of cargo handled by Siginon Aviation at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) in Nairobi. This

Brisbane Wellcamp positions itself to become Australasian cargo hub

Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport is well positioned to become an Australian air cargo hub as other airports struggle with landing

VIDEO: A New Plan For Spanish Logistics

In this video, brought to you by AZura Productions, live from the TIACA Air Cargo Forum in Paris, Vitoria Integrated

VIDEO: Robust Cargo Investment

In this AZura Productions film, Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport’s airline business development executive, Elliot Paige explains the future shape

VIDEO: How Multi-modal Operators Face Their Challenges

Challenges are extensive for multi modal cargo operators and even more so with the rise of complex cool chain cargo

Jettainer to manage Brussels Airlines’ ULDs

Jettainer has signed a deal with Brussels Airlines to control and maintain its fleet of unit load devices from the

VIDEO: Success In Worldwide Cargo

In this video brought to you by AZura Productions, Saudia Cargo vice president operations, Joseph Chris Notter discusses the success

The weather can’t stop Volga-Dnepr delivering rocket boosters

Volga-Dnepr Airlines managed to deliver a rocket booster for a weather satellite to Cape Canaveral despite the weather doing its

MAB Kargo adds Chongqing to Chinese network

MAB Kargo has expanded its Chinese network with two freighter flights to Chongqing from 30 October. It says Chongqing Jiangbei

VIDEO: Cargo’s Vital Role

In this AZura Productions video, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol head of cargo, Jonas van Stekelenburg discusses the hub airport’s role and

IAG Cargo’s revenue falls 7% but volumes up

IAG Cargo has posted commercial revenue of €240 million over the period from 1 July to 30 September in the

Cargolux adds Oslo to network

Cargolux International Airlines will start a weekly service on Tuesdays from Oslo to Luxembourg on 1 November 2016 on its

Panalpina blossoming after buying Airflo

Flowers and perishables in general are blooming for Panalpina in Kenya and across Africa and it expects this trend to

Strong growth on Asian lanes for Qantas Freight

Free trade agreements signed in Australasia are leading to strong growth from Australia and New Zealand to Asia for Qantas

Boeing and UPS announce order for 14 747-8 Freighters

Boeing and UPS have announced an order for 14 747-8 Freighters with the agreement also including an option to purchase

Coyne and ACS to raise funds for War Child

Coyne Airways and Air Charter Service (ACS) announced at the Air Cargo Forum today they are backing War Child, a

Schiphol backs further projects to improve efficiency

Schiphol Cargo is backing further projects as part of the Smart Cargo Mainport Program to find innovation to improve flows

VIDEO: Developing Express Solutions

The express airfreight market has seen some major developments this year and meeting the needs and demands of e-commerce is

VIDEO: The Key To The Future

Technology is moving fast in the airfreight industry and many companies are investing in the latest high-tech cargo management systems.

VIDEO: Building The Pharma Business

Brussels Airport was the first gateway to gain the International Air Transport Association’s CEIV Pharma certificate and is one of

VIDEO: France Leads with E-Freight

E-freight is equally of the biggest challenges and opportunities facing the air cargo industry supply chain and an area of

VIDEO: The Future For London Cargo

Heathrow Airport was given approval by the UK Government on Tuesday for a third runway, which is set to significantly

Air Partner delivers 40 tonnes of aid to Haiti following Hurricane Matthew

Air Partner has delivered 40 tonnes of aid to Haiti on behalf of the International Federation of Red Cross and

AAPA: Cargo picks up in Asia Pacific

Asia Pacific carriers have seen improvements in September with freight tonne kilometres (FTK) rising 5.3 per cent, the Association of

The airside ‘missing link’ pharma dolly launched by Brussels Airport

Brussels Airport launched its Airside Pharma Transporter at The International Air Cargo Association’s (TIACA) Air Cargo Forum yesterday, which has

Boeing predicts 4.2% annual growth for next 20 years

Cargo is expected to grow by 4.2 per cent annually in revenue tonne kilometres for the next 20 years, Boeing

Global Shippers’ Forum and Cargo iQ sign MoU

The Global Shippers’ Forum (GSF) and Cargo iQ have signed a memorandum of understanding to implement the latter’s Quality Management

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