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Month: October 2018

RACCA against changes to the Part 135 flight-and-duty-time rules

The US-based Regional Air Cargo Carriers Association (RACCA) president Stan Bernstein and vice president John Hazlet met FAA (Federal Aviation

Bridges Worldwide adds cargo flights from Cologne

Bridges Worldwide has added an intra-European cargo route linking Cologne Bonn Airport with Malta and Larnaca in Cyprus using a

Miami University reaches out to Regional Air Cargo Carriers Association

Students at Ohio’s Miami University are working with Massachusetts-based Regional Air Cargo Carriers Association (RACCA) to conduct a survey as

FedEx Express creates $2.5M scholarship programme

Eight months after FedEx Express (FedEx) announced its Purple Runway – A FedEx Pathways Program, an “industry-leading pilot development program

MAB Kargo brings MotoGP to Malaysia

MAB Kargo has transported 150 tonnes of equipment to Kuala Lumpur in time for the Malaysian leg of the 2018

Emirates brings exports from Sri Lanka to the world

Emirates SkyCargo transported 27,000 tonnes of cargo from Colombo in 2017-18, representing almost a quarter of airfreight exports from Sri

Dimerco helps customers avoid US-China trade war

Taiwan-based Dimerco is leveraging its strong presence in Indonesia to help customers navigate restrictions resulting from the US-China trade war.

Gulf Air picks Aero Cargo as GSA in France

Gulf Air has chosen ECS Group company Aero Cargo France to be its GSA for re-launched services between Paris and

Heathrow Airport gains direct link to Shenzhen

Heathrow Airport has gained its 11th Chinese connection, with the first flight from Shenzhen touching down on 30 October. The

Cargo in Hong Kong to be screened away from airport

Hong Kong’s Civil Aviation Department (CAD) has launched the Regulated Air Cargo Screening Facilities (RACSF) Scheme for screening air cargo

ALTA welcomes Atlas Air as newest member

Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings has joined the Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association (ALTA), making it the fourth airline

Higher yields help Lufthansa Cargo profits grow

Lufthansa Cargo is continuing to have a strong year with profits up 43 per cent in the first nine months

Istanbul airport brings new export opportunities

With the opening of Istanbul New Airport, the Turkish Exporters Assembly has launched an initiative to make the airport the

Saudia Cargo signs employee development deal

Saudia Cargo has signed a three-year agreement with management consulting company Gallup to develop employee performance and study trends. The

Qatar Airways rolls out mail management system

Qatar Airways Cargo has rolled out an automated mail management system at more than 50 stations, supporting ever-growing volumes of

Swiss WorldCargo adds new routes for the winter

Swiss WorldCargo is getting ready for winter with new routes across Asia, South America and Africa being added to its

Economic uncertainty affects Panalpina profits

Nine month profits at Panalpina broke through the 50 million Swiss franc (CHF) mark with the airfreight sector performing well

SF Holding signs supply chain deal with DPDHL

Deutsche Post DHL Group has signed a deal to transfer supply chain operations in China to SF Holding, covering the

How blockchain can secure the IoT in the supply chain

Few would argue that the use of blockchain presents a unique opportunity to help the cargo industry address their IoT

Air Canada breaks ground for new Edmonton facility

Air Canada has broken the ground for its new facility at Edmonton International Airport, housing ground support equipment services and

ACS flies 600 tonnes of earthquake aid to Sulawesi

Air Charter Service has been busy helping governments and charities to deliver more than 600 tonnes of aid to Indonesia

Rhenus opens offices in Hanover and Dortmund

Rhenus Group has extended its European freight forwarding network with two new air and ocean offices in Hanover and Dortmund.

AAPA: Demand still robust in Asia Pacific

Air cargo demand across Asia Pacific remained robust in September against a backdrop of easing manufacturing production, the Association of

Premium products drive Q3 growth at IAG Cargo

Revenue at IAG Cargo increased by seven per cent in the third quarter of 2018 with demand for premium products

Cargolux signs United for Wildlife pledge

Cargolux Airlines International has signed the United for Wildlife International Taskforce on the Transportation of Illegal Wildlife Products. It marks

Saudia Cargo picks chief ground handling officer

Saudia Cargo has appointed Abdulrahman Al-Mubarak as chief ground handling officer, bringing a decade of experience with him. He joins

CargoLogicAir welcomes fourth 747 to its fleet

CargoLogicAir has marked another year of growth with the delivery of its fourth Boeing 747 Freighter. The 747-400ERF joins the

Liege selects Nallian for Air Cargo open data sharing platform

Liege Airport is to employ the Nallian for Air Cargo suite, a data-sharing platform topped by a set of collaborative

American Airlines Cargo breaks another operational record

American Airlines Cargo continues to outperform and exceed operational performance records achieved in the past seven decades, says the airline.

IATA demands Brexit clarity as no deal looms

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is urging the UK and European Union to take drastic action to ensure air

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