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Month: April 2018

May day for new services

May 1 marks the commencement of IAG Cargo’s new route between London Gatwick and Toronto and a new link between

West Atlantic aims for a strong year as losses fall in 2017

West Atlantic has reduced losses to 61.6 million Swedish Krona in 2017 ($7.1 million) with the company saying it is

Air Logistics Group finds growth all over the globe

Air Logistics Group had an exceptional year in 2017 and chief operating officer, Stephen Dawkins says things are unlikely to

Appy days, Kuehne + Nagel undergoes digital transformation

Kuehne + Nagel has simplified digital accessibility with the launch of a new app, a web-based Control Center and adding

ALPA applauds FAA re-authorisation

The Air Line Pilots Association, International (ALPA) “commends” the US House of Representatives for its passage of a five-year Federal

Transport Committee wants to talk Brexit with BIFA members

The British International Freight Association (BIFA) is urging members to make their views known as the UK Parliamentary Transport Committee

Three killed in Libyan cargo aircraft crash

Three crew members, including the pilot, were killed and another wounded when a cargo plane exploded minutes after taking off

Flying fish keeps the salmon run in the air

The Salmon Run, the flying of farmed fish from Scandinavia throughout the world, especially Asia, is the emerging mega route.

Air cargo keeps on flying around the world

First, the good news: there are no hotspots anyone is missing but some routes are doing better than others, writes

UPS first quarter profits increase 15% to $1.3 billion

UPS net income increased 15 per cent in the first quarter of 2018 with international packages and supply chain &

International cargo makes up for weaker domestic demand for ANA

Strong international growth made up for weaker domestic demand in the 2017 fiscal year for Japanese airline All Nippon Airways

Lufthansa Cargo doubles first quarter profits

Lufthansa Cargo profits have almost doubled in the first quarter of 2018 while the Lufthansa Group managed to reduce losses

dnata to provide handling services in Zurich for seven more years

Dnata has been re-awarded the licence to provide ground and cargo handling services at Zurich Airport for another seven years

TIACA launches pilot for Cargo Service Quality Tool

The International Air Transport Association (TIACA) has launched the pilot for its online Cargo Service Quality (CSQ) Tool with 15

Alibaba refutes aircraft purchase speculation

Industry speculation that Chinese internet retail platform Alibaba could follow the Amazon example and build its own aircraft fleet for

Regional players focus on quality as volumes grow

Everything from medicines and salmon to sophisticated aircraft parts for US fighter jets move in and out of Scandinavia by

Crane Logistics charters the AN-225 to transport chemical drums

Crane Worldwide Logistics has chartered the Antonov AN-225 Mriya to transport 223 pallets of chemical drums, landing in Dammam Airport

KLIA Aeropolis to become first eWTP outside China

Development of KLIA (Kuala Lumpur International Airport) Aeropolis DFTZ Park is on course, sources from the joint venture building what

LATAM Airlines Group to sell stake in Mas Air

LATAM Airlines Group has reached a preliminary agreement to sell its stake of Mexican cargo airline, Aerotransportes Mas de Carga

Jettainer tests digital containers for the next generation

Jettainer has started testing its enhanced digital container, focusing on registering and recording shocks and damage, as well as temperature

Robinson Weeks will speculate to accumulate

Robinson Weeks Partners, an Atlanta-based real estate development and acquisition company, today announced it has started construction on a 562,640

Cinco de Mayo holiday drives demand for limes

American Airlines Cargo has undertaken multiple shipments of limes from Brazil to meet demand during the peak growing season, just

ECS Group picks up Middle East Airlines deal in Paris

Middle East Airlines (MEA) has picked ECS Group as its general sales and service agent at Paris Charles de Gaulle

CargoLogicAir to increase services to Atlanta, Dubai and Hong Kong

CargoLogicAir is continuing to increase services with additional flights from the UK to Atlanta, Dubai and Hong Kong. The third

Investment at two Indian airfreight facilities

Indian business title Business Standard is reporting that the state-run Kerala State Industrial Enterprises (KSIE), which operates the air cargo

Turkish Cargo took part in this year’s Eurasia Airshow

The flag-carrier of its country and global air freight brand, Turkish Cargo participated in Eurasia Airshow, the first aviation event

New $14 billion Manila airport proposal gets green light

The Philippine government on Thursday approved a $14 billion international airport proposal from the country’s largest firm by revenue, San

Changi cargo volumes dip 0.6% in March

Cargo volumes at Changi Airport have dipped by 0.6 per cent year-on-year in March, handling 187,550 tonnes. In the first

AAPA: Moderate but positive growth in March for Asia Pacific

Growth across Asia Pacific proved moderate in March but continued the positive trend seen in previous months, according to the

FTA: Customs union will not deliver frictionless trade

As the UK House of Commons prepares to vote on a motion on Customs and borders today, the UK’s logistics

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