Thursday, June 20, 2024

Four axes to secure long term growth at Groupe ADP

To secure long-term growth of cargo at the Paris airports, Groupe ADP has a cargo strategy based on four axes, Marc Houalla, executive director and director of Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport tells Air Cargo Week. The four axes are recovering traffic, commitment to better quality of service and a more attractive cargo zone, promotion […]

Unilode acquires assets of AeroNet Services

Unilode Aviation Solutions has acquired the assets of AeroNet Services, a specialist ULD maintenance and repair organisation operating in France. The provider of outsourced unit load device management and repair solutions will take over AeroNet’s repair facilities at Paris Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports and continue to employ AeroNet’s 31 staff. The repair centres […]

Volga-Dnepr saves plane stranded in the Azores

Volga-Dnepr Airlines used its AOG (aircraft on ground) service to deliver a new engine to an Air Caraibes Airbus A330-323 stranded in the Azores. An IL-76TD-90VDs was dispatched with a team of AOG specialists organising delivery of the replacement aircraft engine from Paris Orly Airport to Lajes Airport on Terceira Island, where the A330 had […]

IAG Cargo launches Paris Orly – Newark services

IAG Cargo has launched direct cargo flights between France and the US with Boeing 767-200 services between Paris and New Jersey. The route will use an OpenSkies 767-200 four times a week between Paris Orly Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport. It is expected to carry cargo including fashion and textiles, perishables and spare machinery […]

ACI Europe: Europe continues recovery in February

Airports in Europe saw freight volumes grow by 2.9 per cent in February as they continue to recover from weakness in 2015, Airports Council International (ACI) Europe says. Freight volumes in February are 6.4 per cent higher than the same month of 2014 and are 11.2 per cent above 2013. For January and February, freight […]

ACI: European freight volumes flat with no improvement expected

Airfreight volumes in Europe have been flat so far in 2015 and are unlikely to see any noticeable improvement this year, according to Airports Council International (ACI) Europe. In September, freight volumes increased by 0.2 per cent compared to the same month last year. For the first nine months of 2015, freight is also up […]