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Month: June 2018

Outsourcing and consolidation is the future

Where once cautiousness in outsourcing business prevailed among carriers and a high degree of fragmentation were hallmarks of the GSSA

Exclusive: New Mexican service debuts at GSP

For the first time, a Boeing 747-400 aircraft en route to Mexico’s Querétaro Intercontinental Airport has taxied down the runway

Circular supply chains can free ‘trillions of dollars’

Panalpina is urging the adoption of ‘circular’ supply chains to free trillions of dollars of inventory trapped in current supply

Amerijet strengthens leadership with new roles for Olin and Huff

Amerijet International Airlines has strengthened its leadership team with the appointments of Jon Olin and Derry Huff to senior roles.

FedEx flies bears to Oakland Zoo’s California Trail

FedEx Express has flown orphaned bear cubs from Alaska to California where they will make Oakland Zoo their new home.

Quintiq to help Lufthansa Cargo improve production planning

Lufthansa Cargo has selected Quintiq to improve production planning at its hubs in Frankfurt and Munich, with additional stations following

TIACA internship programme nurtures young talent in Canada

TIACA is expanding its Air Cargo Supply Chain Internship this summer to develop talent among young airfreight professionals in Canada.

Jettainer signs ULD Care’s Code of Conduct

Jettainer has become one of the first signees to support the ULD Care Code of Conduct, intended to reduce damage

MNX Global goes with Descartes for ACAS programme

MNX Global Logistics has picked the cloud-based Descartes Air Cargo Advance Screening (ACAS) solution to comply with mandatory advanced security

Airbus BelugaXL beams with joy as it leaves the paint shop

The first Airbus BelugaXL has rolled out of the paint shop sporting a special livery making it look like a

cargo-partner to build logistics centre next to Ljubljana Airport

Cargo-partner will construct a modern iLogistics Center near Ljubljana Airport within the next year, increasing storage capacity six-fold resulting in

Emirates adds Santiago to its South American network

Emirates will add Santiago, Chile to its network providing up to 15 tonnes of cargo capacity per flight to the

Unpaid taxes cause cargo headaches in Colorado Springs

The Colorado Springs Independent is reporting that the city’s airport came close to losing its cargo facility when the operator

FedEx Express commits to 30 more years in Ontario

Ontario International Airport Authority (OIAA) has approved a lease agreement with FedEx Express to maintain the company’s presence at Ontario

TAL Aviation opens new office in Ivory Coast

Ethiopian Airlines and TAL Aviation cargo divisions have signed an agreement, the first time TAL Aviation will be providing cargo

ACS moves onboard courier team to its own office

Air Charter Service (ACS) has moved its onboard courier team to a dedicated office next to Frankfurt Airport due to

UK freight forwarders welcome LHR expansion but have doubts

Speaking after yesterday’s parliamentary vote in favour of the National Policy Statement for Heathrow expansion, British International Freight Association (BIFA)

IAG Cargo brings Assyrian treasures to the British Museum

IAG Cargo will be the logistics partner for the BP exhibition ‘I am Ashurbanipal: king of the world, king of

Saffron opens up new Kabul-Jeddah cargo route

A new airfreight route between Kabul and Jeddah was launched on Monday June 25, private sector sources in the Afghan

60 seconds with American Airlines Cargo’s Lisa Oxentine

Lisa Oxentine is the managing director, global and key accounts – cargo sales. Prior to joining the cargo team in

AirBridgeCargo adds Budapest to European network

AirBridgeCargo Airlines has extended its European network with two flights a week to Budapest Airport on Tuesdays and Saturdays. The

Air NZ fined for cargo price fixing

The Australian Federal Court has ordered Air New Zealand (Air NZ) to pay A$15 million in penalties after legal action

SkyCell delivers 2.5 tonnes of life saving drugs to Iraq

SkyCell containers have transported 2.5 tonnes of compassionate drugs from London to Baghdad to treat patients suffering from copper poisoning.

Nihao Chengdu, Air China provides direct link to Gatwick

Gatwick Airport’s long-haul network continues to grow with Air China launching flights to Chengdu on 3 July, the UK’s only

Exclusive: LHR could face warehouse crisis with third runway

London Heathrow faces a drastic shortage of industrial land with the coming of the third runway, a leading property agent

Infrastructure requires a major upgrade

Cargo handling provider dnata is also eyeing up expansion at Heathrow. dnata UK Chief Commercial Officer, Mohammed Akhlaq says it

AAPA: Asian air cargo grows at encouraging rate in May

Despite protectionist rhetoric and the risk of trade wars, air cargo demand continues to grow at encouraging rates, the Association

Silk Way West Airlines flies humanitarian aid to Iraq

Silk Way West Airlines has supported the German NGO Wings of Help by flying urgently needed aid supplies to Iraq

Parliament says yes to a third runway at Heathrow Airport

Parliament has said yes to expanding Heathrow Airport, with 415 members of parliament supporting a third runway at the London

Animals fly in style with Turkish Cargo

Turkish Cargo has been busy transporting live animals around its network, with lions, giraffes, elephants and monkeys all being moved

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