Monday, July 22, 2024

Oil & gas helps get CargoLogicAir services off to a flying start

CargoLogicAir’s (CLA) first scheduled route has got off to a flying start due to strong demand from the oil and gas industry from the USA to the Middle East. It launched twice-weekly Boeing 747-400 Freighter services in August with Europe-Mexico, Europe-Middle East and USA-Middle East connections, and has carried over 2,000 tonnes of cargo in […]

Consumer demand making up for oil and gas stagnating

Low oil prices mean oil and gas projects have stagnated but Coyne Airways project manager, John Gardiner says general cargo movements are growing. He explains oil and gas destinations in Western Kazakhstan including Aktau, Atyrau and Uralsk, having been “extremely challenging” due to low oil prices meaning investment in projects has slowed down. Gardiner adds […]

Intra Middle East lanes boosting NeWay Logistics

NeWay Logistics’ busiest trade lanes are the intra Middle East routes with business driven by the oil and gas, military and humanitarian sectors. The firm’s general manager, Erwin Burger tells Air Cargo Week that the third quarter started slower versus last year, but from September onwards it has picked up again and is now on […]

Global coverage drives ACS as it targets the $1bn mark

Air Charter Service (ACS) is seeing growth in all regions as the opening of new offices pays dividends, but it is finding some sectors a struggle, including the oil and gas (O&G) segment. The charter firm’s chief commercial officer (CCO), Justin Lancaster (pictured) explains to Air Cargo Week’s Editor, Justin Burns that China, countries within the […]