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Month: May 2019

Turkish Cargo to launch Sheremetyevo flights

Turkish Cargo will add Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport to its freighter network, with weekly flights from Istanbul starting on Wednesday 12

Milan Malpensa remains the cargo hub of the south

Despite seeing a small fall in cargo volumes in 2018, Milan Malpensa Airport remains the leading airport of Southern Europe.

CIFFA members join Singapore ‘hive’ network

Global eTrade Services (GeTS) has partnered with the Canadian International Freight Forwarders Association (CIFFA) to get members on the hive

Unilode opens ULD repair centre in Hong Kong

Unilode Aviation Solutions has opened a new unit load device (ULD) and galley cart repair centre in Hong Kong. The

Etihad Airways takes control of Armaguard Valuables

Etihad Airways has acquired shares in Abu Dhabi-based joint venture Armaguard Valuables Management, becoming the sole owner and renaming it

Crane opens facility next to Brussels Airport

Crane Worldwide Logistics has opened a facility in Machelen, Belgium located next to Brussels Airport, with Fons de Haan as

IATA: Negative trend continues in April

Air cargo demand fell 4.7% in April, continuing the negative trend that began in January, the International Air Transport Association

MASkargo restarts Kuala Lumpur – Guangzhou flights

MASkargo will relaunch freighter flights between Kuala Lumpur and Guangzhou to take advantage of the e-commerce boom in both regions.

Stubbings and Morley to chair BIFA board

John Stubbings has succeeded Mark Bromley as the elected chair of the British International Freight Association (BIFA), with Rachel Morley

LATAM Cargo signs lease deal with CSafe Global

LATAM Cargo has signed a Master Lease Agreement with CSafe Global, making RAP and RKN active containers available to customers

Freight breaks profit records at Air Partner

Air Partner has built on its outstanding performance in 2017 with the Freight division’s profits growing 45% for the year

AirBridgeCargo adds third weekly flight from Oslo

AirBridgeCargo Airlines has added a third weekly flight from Oslo Airport, tailor made for seafood exports bound for South Korea.

Woman charged after 2.5kg ‘ice’ and A$300,000 seized

  A woman has been charged by NSW (New South Wales) police in Australia over the importation of A$1.9 million

Emirates SkyCargo revs it up for Gumball 3000

For the second year running, Emirates SkyCargo will partner with Gargash to transport cars for the Gumball 3000 rally. The

DHL Global Forwarding launches myDHLi

DHL Global Forwarding has launched myDHLi Quote & Book to compare quotes and make bookings for air and ocean freight,

Lufthansa Cargo cuts capacity as demand weakens

In response to weaker global air cargo demand, Lufthansa Cargo is adjusting schedules to reduce capacity in the second and

First of 14 new B777F joins DHL’s fleet

DHL has taken delivery of the first of 14 new Boeing 777 Freighters, with N-705GT taking off from Cincinnati on

Leipzig/Halle organises humanitarian conference

Leipzig/Halle Airport, working with the Volga-Dnepr Group and the Akkon University of Human Sciences organised a specialist international conference focusing

New airport to help Turkey reach new heights

With the new airport at Istanbul open and ready for business, Shukru Can, managing director of ULS Airlines has high

National issues fail to stop Celebi Aviation growing

Turkey has had a tough couple of years with foreign airlines reducing flights and the exchange rate crisis, but Celebi

Jettainer inaugurates JettHub logistics centre

Jettainer has inaugurated its logistics centre for unit load devices, the so-called JettHub to ensure reliable handling and maintenance of

Brussels Airport lays foundations for logistics building

The foundation piles have been placed for a new logistics building on the west side of Brucargo, with direct access

RACCA: Textron briefs members on SkyCourier

Textron’s session on the SkyCourier was so popular it had to be moved to the main conference hall but that

Atlas Air deny union “misinformation”, pilots furious

Atlas Air has hit back at union claims about safety and working conditions, accusing them of conducting a misinformation campaign,

Textron briefs RACCA members on SkyCourier

Textron’s session on the SkyCourier was so popular it had to be moved to the main conference hall but that

Babbitt praises RACCA efforts on pilot time

Former FAA administrator Randy Babbitt praised RACCA on its effort in changing rules to broaden the ability of first officers

RACCA expresses concerns about NTSB focus on Part 135

“The NTSB has put Part 135 top on its hit list,” said Tim Komberec, RACCA (Regional Air Cargo Carriers Association)

RACCA attracts delegates from around the world

Designed as a tribute to the association’s dedicated associate members, vendors and suppliers, the US Regional Air Cargo Carriers Association

Lufthansa Cargo’s new 777F says Konnichiwa Japan

Lufthansa Cargo’s newest Boeing 777 Freighter, D-ALFF was officially named at Tokyo’s Narita Airport, taking the name Konnichiwa Japan. The

DHL combines services at Vienna Airport campus

DHL has opened its new campus at Vienna Airport, combining overland, air and ocean freight services for optimal handling and

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