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Month: July 2018

O Canada! Envirotainer adds Toronto to RAP e2 network

Envirotainer has added Toronto, Canada to its RAP e2 network, making it the ninth station in the Americas in the

LUG’s owner appoints chief financial officer

Dettmer Group, the owners of LUG aircargo handling have picked Peter Ganz as chief financial officer, effective from tomorrow (1

Oman Air moves into upgraded cargo terminal in Muscat

Oman Air Cargo has upgraded its cargo hub facility at the new Muscat International Air Cargo Terminal, which can handle

Cost savings and rising demand push up Lufthansa Cargo profits 50%

Profits for Lufthansa Cargo have increased by almost 50 per cent in the first half of 2018 helped by substantial

Volga-Dnepr denies falsifying Airworthiness Certificates

Volga-Dnepr Group has dismissed reports that Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering Service (AMTES) is facing criminal charges for falsifying Airworthiness Certificates

IAG Cargo shows nerves of steel with Pittsburgh flights

IAG Cargo will add Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to its network with four flights a week from London’s Heathrow Airport from 2

va-Q-tec expands in South America with Montevideo operations

Va-Q-tec has opened a new Latin American head office and operations facility in Montevideo, Uruguay as it looks to expand

CEVA completes Phase One of Rolls-Royce project

CEVA Logistics has completed Phase One of a major global inbound aero logistics project for Rolls-Royce to manage shipments of

Emirates SkyCargo flies Alfa Romeos to the Gumball 3000 rally

Emirates SkyCargo has partnered with luxury car distributor, Gargash to transport two Alfa Romeos from Dubai to London for the

Success is no fairy tale for Denmark

When it comes to Danish airfreight, Copenhagen airport dominates. It handles 90 per cent of total Danish exports and imports

Emirates sees big potential in South America

South America has long been touted as one of the world’s most promising emerging markets. Brazil even supplied the ‘B’

5000th posting: Korean Air flies aid for Laos dam collapse victims

Korean Air has provided emergency relief supplies for victims of the Laos dam collapse, flying water and blankets on a

Panalpina picks Christian Wurst as CEO for Europe

Panalpina has appointed Christian Wurst as its new regional CEO for Europe, bringing extensive experience of the freight forwarding and

60 seconds with John Batten

A record business as a teenager resulted in a career in the air cargo industry lasting over 35 years across

FedEx Express to start regular flights to San Bernardino

FedEx Express will start regular scheduled flights into San Bernardino International Airport, with daily operations starting in October 2018. Located

Emirates SkyCargo flies Formula Student car to racing glory

Emirates SkyCargo has been entrusted with transporting a racing car designed, developed and built by university students in Sri Lanka.

DHL Global Forwarding and Ethiopian Airlines form joint venture

DHL Global Forwarding and Ethiopian Airlines have signed an agreement to form a joint venture company to provide much needed

Dornier 328 to be modified for humanitarian missions

328 Support Services has signed a letter of intent with AMC Aviation to develop a multi-role/multi-mission humanitarian version of the

Antonov completes 12 consecutive flights with the AN-225

Antonov Airlines has completed the 12th in the longest succession of AN-225 flights, transporting generator modules from Chile to Bolivia.

CEVA appoints Terry Carter as senior vp transportation contract logistics

CEVA Logistics has appointed Terry Carter to the newly-created position of senior vice president transportation for contract logistics. He will

RIOgaleão profits as real devalues

RIOgaleão, the international airport of Rio, is readying new infrastructure as the devalued Brazil currency fuels an export boom looking

DHL to provide Holt Renfrew with airfreight and customs services

Canadian speciality retailer of luxury brands Holt Renfrew has picked DHL Global Forwarding as its sole logistics provider for airfreight

Two cargo boosts for Darwin’s Asian ambitions

The launch of a new direct seasonal Qantas freight service from Darwin to Hong Kong and the government giving the

FedEx Express speeds up services between Europe and Vietnam

FedEx Express is speeding up services between the European Union and Vietnam by connecting Hanoi with its hub in Guangzhou,

Qantas Freight to connect Darwin with Hong Kong

Qantas Freight will launch a seasonal freighter service between Darwin and Hong Kong, providing exporters with easier access to Asian

Track and trace trials prove successful for Cathay Pacific and Unilode

Cathay Pacific and Unilode Aviation Solutions have successfully concluded trials for next generation track and trace services with OnAsset Intelligence.

United Cargo signs lease agreement with Sonoco ThermoSafe

United Cargo has signed a global lease agreement with Sonoco ThermoSafe, allowing TempControl customers to lease PharmaPort 360 bulk shipping

AAPA: Growth continues in June at a moderate pace

International air cargo demand grew in June but at a moderate pace, in line with underlying trade conditions, the Association

Qatar Airways to add Gothenburg to its network

Qatar Airways will start flying between Gothenburg and Doha in December, providing export opportunities for companies in western Sweden. The

GEFCO hits the road with GDP certificate

GEFCO Group has been awarded Good Distribution Practice (GDP) compliance certification by Bureau Veritas for transporting pharmaceuticals across its road

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