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Month: November 2019

Lufthansa facing $6.4 million fine from FAA

Lufthansa is facing a $6.4 million fine from the US Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration for allegedly conducting almost

SAS upgrades fleet with first A350-900

SAS has taken delivery of its first Airbus A350-900 as part of an extensive fleet modernisation for the Scandinavian carrier.

DHL: Global trade is losing momentum

World trade is losing momentum and likely to contract over the next three months, according to the DHL Global Trade

WorldACD: The saga of falling volumes continues

Yields and volumes fell at double digit rates in October as the saga of declining volumes continues, WorldACD reports. Worldwide

Nallian launches Acceptance and Delivery app

Nallian has launched the Acceptance and Delivery app, giving forwarders and their drivers information about booking slots for freight pick-up

Swissport lays foundations for Frankfurt Airport hub

Fraport and Swissport Cargo Services Deutschland have laid the foundation stone for the cargo handler’s new facility at Frankfurt Airport.

time:matters named Bosch’s preferred logistics provider

Bosch has awarded time:matters the status of being its Preferred Supplier in the area of “Logistics Services for Global Courier

TIACA focuses on partnerships and sustainability

Partnerships, modernisation and sustainability were the focuses of TIACA’s 2019 Executive Summit, held in Budapest from 19 – 21 November.

AAPA: Exports remain weak in October

Demand for air cargo across Asia Pacific remained weak in October due to the slowdown in exports, says the Association

ACB gives thanks and helps local food banks

FOR the seventeenth year, an Atlanta Airport Thanksgiving tradition was enacted last week as Atlanta Customs Brokers & Freight Forwarders

CSafe Global opens up in Zurich and Stockholm

CSafe Global has expanded its coverage in Europe with technical service centres in Zurich, Switzerland and Stockholm, Sweden. The Zurich

Leipzig/Halle breaks cargo records in October

Leipzig/Halle Airport continues to break records with 6.5% growth in October, putting it well above the national trend. The airport

ACI: Outlook for airfreight remains negative

The outlook for airfreight remains negative, with volumes declining by 4.2% in September, according to Airports Council International (ACI). Year-to-date

Abu Dhabi to be the centre of air cargo excellence

Abu Dhabi Airports and Etihad Cargo will enhance Abu Dhabi International Airport, making it a state-of-the-art global air cargo centre

Andrew Herdman to leave AAPA after 16 years

Andrew Herdman will step down from the role of director general at the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) after

SAS Cargo partners with WebCargo by Freightos

SAS Cargo will provide freight forwarders with a 21st century customer experience by partnering with WebCargo by Freightos. They will

Emirates to add fourth Dhaka service next summer

Emirates is adding a fourth daily service to Dhaka from 1 June 2020, to cater to Bangladesh’s growing economy and

Turkish creates pharma corridor

Turkish Cargo has created a pharma corridor between over 400 stations by carrying pharmaceuticals in certified destinations such as Mumbai,

Saudia Cargo revs up for Formula-E

Saudia Cargo has for the second year in a row transported the World Championship Formula-E cars, that took place at

Liege Airport to leverage Alibaba Cloud’s Aviation Brain

Alibaba Cloud, the data intelligence backbone of Alibaba Group, and Liege Airport, the biggest cargo airport in Belgium, have announced

Emirates and SpiceJet seal codeshare deal

Emirates has signed a codeshare and interline agreement, subject to government approval, with SpiceJet for services to and from India.

A specialist service for your pride and joy

In an average year, Emirates SkyCargo moves about 1,500 cars, and has a specialist team to ensure they are handled

Court rules in favour of Atlas Air and against union

Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings has succeeded in its legal dispute with the pilot union, ordering them to negotiate a new

Teleport signs interline deal with Lufthansa Cargo

AirAsia’s cargo and logistics platform Teleport has signed a direct interline agreement with Lufthansa Cargo. Through the interline agreement, Teleport

BUD Cargo City is open and ready for business

Budapest Airport has opened BUD Cargo City, a €50 million facility dedicated to airfreight with all warehouse and office space

American Airlines Cargo flies a bear-plane

American Airlines Cargo has flown 10 brown bears from Argentina to the USA, on their way to their new home

Bei Bei flies on the FedEx Panda Express

Bei Bei the panda has arrived in Chengdu, China on the specially chartered “FedEx Panda Express” Boeing 777 Freighter. The

Wings for Aid wins first TIACA Sustainability Award

Wings for Aid has won the first TIACA Sustainability Award for its self-landing cardboard box to bridge the last mile

A350-1000s help Virgin Atlantic carry more cargo

Virgin Atlantic Cargo has been carrying record volumes using new Airbus A350-1000s on key trans-Atlantic routes. The airline has taken

Bill introduced to increase pilot training funding for vets

According to the US Regional Air Cargo Carriers Association (RACCA), “while it is good news [the US] Congress is trying

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