Saturday, July 20, 2024

Year: 2019

Silk Way West invests in Mantle from AmSafe Bridport

Continuing to recognise the importance of keeping people and cargo safe, Silk Way West has invested in FCC products for

Menzies Aviation Bobba Bangalore named best cargo handler 2019

Menzies Aviation Bobba Bangalore (MABB) won Best Cargo Handler for the Year at the Exim India ACE South East Aviation

Heathrow announces World of Opportunity winners

London Heathrow launched its third annual campaign to help Britain’s small businesses achieve their exporting ambitions. Under the banner of

Delta welcomes cargo potential of New York-JFK – Mumbai service

Delta Air Lines has started its first flight between New York JFK and Mumbai. The service from New York JFK

Kenya Airways and TAL Aviation embark on new ventures

Kenya Airways and TAL Aviation cargo divisions have signed an agreement, making it the first time TAL Aviation will be

Air Charter Service raises more than £30,000 for local charity

Air Charter Service has raised £30,953 for Momentum Children’s Charity, an organisation that cares for families with children who have

FTA calls for expanded LHR to keep Britain trading  

Following the announcement that the proposed expansion of London Heathrow airport is to be delayed by at least a year,

Muilenburg departs from Boeing

Plane maker Boeing has named current chairman, David L. Calhoun, as CEO and president, effective January 13, 2020 to replace

October cargo figures paint gloomy picture

Airports Council International (ACI) World reports that global passenger traffic grew by +2.3% in October, slightly less than the +2.6%

Raya Airways goes live with Next Generation Systems from Cargo Flash

IT and business consulting solution provider Cargo Flash has successfully implemented its Next Generation Systems (nGen) in a record time

Etihad Cargo named Center of Excellence for Perishable Logistics

Etihad Cargo, the cargo and logistics arm of Etihad Airways, has cemented its position as a leading international air cargo

A380 funds: ‘part-out’ of returned aircraft offers investors some relief as Emirates retires planes

Emirates Airline is retiring its fleet of A380 passenger jets, for which the Dubai-based carrier was Airbus’ biggest customer. Gloomy

Schiphol takes a new approach for the new decade

Maaike van der Windt admits the last two years have been challenging for Amsterdam Airport Schiphol due to slot restrictions,

Season’s Greetings and a Happy New Year from ACW

Staff and contributors of Air Cargo Week and Azura International wish all our readers a Merry Christmas and the best

PayCargo to continue legal action against CargoSprint

In a statement, PayCargo said it had initiated two actions against CargoSprint: one in the Southern District of Florida stemming

Nopanen returns to Finnair cargo

Pasi Nopanen has been appointed Finnair Cargo’s sales director Asia and will take up his position from March 9, 2020,

Boeing statement regarding 737 MAX production

– Boeing suspends 737 MAX production starting in January due to certification moving into 2020 – Reduced production output enables

AviaSuite and Albion Aviation Group team up to offer digital broker platform

AviaSuite and the Albion Aviation Group have teamed up to offer a digital broker platform for the cargo charter market.

Lufthansa Cargo to establish Swedish HQ at Stockholm Arlanda

Lufthansa Cargo is moving its Swedish headquarters to Swedavia’s newly-built Office One complex at Stockholm Arlanda Airport. The building was

Stroud takes on BIFA airfreight policy and compliance adviser role

The British International Freight Association (BIFA) has confirmed the appointment of David Stroud as its policy and compliance adviser with

Not a good month for EU airfreight

European airport trade body, ACI EUROPE, has released its latest air traffic report for October 2019, measuring all of commercial

First at Lufthansa Cargo as Rapid Rate Response provides dynamic spot prices

Lufthansa Cargo is expanding its digital sales channels with dynamic spot prices that can be booked immediately. These are now

TIACA opens its doors to new air cargo players

The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) is making significant changes in its approach to reach out to all stakeholders in

Siemens Aviation Data Hub software solution breaks up airport data silos

Siemens Logistics has developed a new software solution for airports. Aviation Data Hub, enables a standardised exchange of data in

UK General Election 2019: Clarity should not spark Brexit complacency

British businesses involved in the international supply chain may have been provided with some clarity when it comes to the

Freight Direct NZ joins UFO

Freight Direct NZ Limited has become a member of Universal Freight Organisation in New Zealand! The company have offices and

GTR powers KLIA air cargo growth with digitalised hub

GTR (Ground Team Red), a joint venture between AirAsia and SATS has launched its air cargo hub at the KLIA

Freight association calls on new UK government to deliver on election promises

Commenting on the results of yesterday’s general election in the UK, Robert Keen, Director General of the British International Freight

DiCicco takes on The Ark’s bio-security compliance work

The ARK at JFK announces the appointment of Vincent DiCicco, DVM who will be joining the management team as veterinary

HAFFA welcomes Hong Kong cargo concessions

The Hong Kong Association of Freight Forwarding and Logistics (HAFFA) has welcomed the Terminal Charge concession and encourages more airlines

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