Wednesday, July 17, 2024

Condor prioritises digital cargo growth, partnering with cargo.one

Condor prioritises digital cargo growth, partnering with cargo.one

Condor, Germany’s most popular leisure airline, has entered a new expanded partnership with cargo.one to make its entire global network available on the market leading digital procurement platform. The airline is now working closely with cargo.one to target thousands of freight forwarders across cargo.one’s vast footprint of markets. Condor will work with cargo.one experts to […]

Condor awards ULD management agreement to Unilode

German airline, Condor has awarded a five-year unit load device (ULD) supply and management agreement to Unilode Aviation Solutions. Condor currently operates a fleet of more than 50 aircraft including 15 wide-body and 30 narrow-body aircraft. The airline offers scheduled and charter passenger flights worldwide, in addition to recently initiated cargo flights to European destinations. […]

Leisure Cargo makes step towards independence from Air Berlin

Leisure Cargo says it has made an “important leap” towards complete independence from beleaguered Air Berlin as it has appointed 881 AWB of Condor as their new airway bill (AWB), which replaces the 745 paper of Air Berlin. The change will take affect from 1 October and Leisure Cargo says it customers and partners can “still rely […]

Waller appointed CFO at CEVA Logistics

CEVA Logistics has appointed Peter Waller as chief finance officer and member of the executive board with immediate effect. Waller succeeds Arjan Kaaks, who has chosen to leave CEVA to pursue new opportunities. He has previously been Group CFO at Eurofins Scientific and spent over eight years with the Thomas Cook Group where he held […]

Halifax Stanfield and Incheon expand sister airport agreement

Halifax Stanfield International Airport has celebrated six years of a ‘sister airport’ agreement with Incheon International Airport by further expanding the deal. Since initially starting the agreement in 2010, cargo exports have been a major focus area, with live lobster exports to Asia doubling between 2010 and 2015. Halifax says the value of live lobster […]

Strong growth in Munich reinforces need for third runway

Munich Airport has seen cargo volumes continuing to grow with volumes increasing by four per cent to 163,000 tonnes in the first half of 2016. The airport has seen take-offs and landings increase by 2.5 per cent to 191,000 and expects to see this increase by four per cent in 2017. Munich has seen a […]

Jettainer starts ULD management for Thomas Cook Group Airlines

Jettainer has expanded its cooperation with Thomas Cook Group Airlines and will now manage all the carrier’s unit load devices. The German ULD outsource company, a subsidiary of the Lufthansa Group, will now maintain all the containers and pallets for the airline as the new contract not only covers Condor, which has been a customer since 2006, but also […]