Friday, June 21, 2024

Francois leaves Brussels Airlines for fresh challenge at Green Yard

Alban Francois has left Brussels Airlines Cargo after three years with the company to take up the role of project director operations at fruit supplier Green Yard. He left the airline on 1 September, which was also the last day of operation of Brussels Airlines Cargo as Lufthansa Cargo took over the sales of its […]

Pharma.Aero to collaborate with FlyPharma for upcoming events

Pharma.Aero will collaborate with FlyPharma Conferences for its upcoming events discussing key supply chain challenges affecting pharma and cargo industry stakeholders. The Pharma.Aero community, which aims to foster collaboration between CEIV Pharma certified airport communities is the association patron for all three FlyPharma Conferences and the partnership has gained momentum with the European edition taking […]

Brussels Airlines Cargo seeing strong demand across Africa

Africa is a key region for Brussels Airlines Cargo and a major growth market for the belly carrier, writes Justin Burns. The airline operates a fleet of six Airbus A330s daily to Africa offering an average capacity per flight of 10 tonnes to Africa and 12 tonnes out. It serves 17 sub-Saharan Africa routes in […]

Air & Sea Cargo Americas: Industry flies to Miami to talk about cargo

Top executives from the aviation, maritime and logistics industries will return to Miami for the Air & Sea Cargo Americas conference held from 1 – 3 November 2017. The Miami Airport & Convention Center will welcome top decision makers who will exchange views and experiences to enhance cargo growth across in the Western Hemisphere. The […]

Strong start to 2017 for Brussels Airlines Cargo

The first five months of 2017 have yielded volumes growth of 36 per cent for Brussels Airlines Cargo with African trade lanes driving the performance. Last month alone, in May, it saw a 46 per cent uplift and the strong performance is being put down to three factors. Vice president of cargo, Alban Francois (pictured […]

2017 looks promising after challenging year in 2016

2016 was a challenging year due to the 22 March Brussels Airport terrorist attack, but Brussels Airlines vice president global cargo, Alban Francois (pictured below) tells Air Cargo Week’s staff writer, James Muir that 2017 is looking promising. He says the airline saw some growth in 2016 despite the effect of the attacks in March, […]