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The tiny African nation of Djibouti measures 23,200 square kilometers and is home to about 800,000 people, but within a few years – and a little help from the Chinese – it expects to have two brand-new airport hubs large enough to handle 100,000 tonnes... Read more
Cyprus Airways made its last flight after declaring bankruptcy Jan. 9. This week, CAL Cargo Airlines has stepped in to replace the cargo division of the Cypriot carrier, beginning twice-weekly flights from Liège, Belgium, to Larnaca, Cyprus, and Tel-Aviv... Read more

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In an effort to cut costs and return to profitability — goals outlined in the carrier’s Transform 2015 plan — Air France Group announced that it will make key changes to its cargo... Read more
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An unmanned spacecraft carrying 460 kilograms of cargo to the International Space Station has attached to the $100 billion research lab, becoming the first commercially operated... Read more
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Challenging market conditions didn’t impair Damco’s performance in the first quarter of 2012, with the logistics provider reporting a 37 percent, year-over-year, surge in... Read more
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Logistics Insight Corp., or LINC, is spending more than $1 million to expand its cargo-sorting facility at the Fort Wayne International Airport Air Cargo Hub. Once the expansion... Read more
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Construction is underway at Dubai World Central’s Aviation District, an area designed to cater to businesses serving the two-year-old airport. In a press release, DWC announced... Read more
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Despite posting a net loss of $18.3 million in 2011, Cargolux is in expansion mode. In addition to launching two new weekly routes to Chongqing in mid-May, the Luxembourg-based... Read more
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April was a challenging month for airfreight, as evidenced by Cathay Pacific and wholly owned subsidiary Dragonair’s 11 percent, year-over-year, decrease in cargo volumes. The... Read more
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Although cargo volumes lagged around the globe in 2011, last year brought considerable growth to Emirates SkyCargo. In addition to reporting revenues of AED9.5 billion — an 8.4... Read more
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IATA concentrates the value proposition of its e-freight initiative heavily around the benefits from the carriers’ point of view. Here, we will take a look at the benefits that e-... Read more
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MASkargo has commenced twice-weekly Airbus 330-200 freight service to Ho Chi Minh City’s Tan Son Nhat International Airport. The service, which will operate by a Kuala Lumpur-Ho... Read more
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Two months after the U.S. Transportation Security Administration and the U.S. Customs and Border Protection revealed that they’re moving forward with their joint Air Cargo Advance... Read more
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LUG aircargo handling has signed long-term contracts with China Southern Airlines and Air Baltic to perform freight-handling services at Frankfurt Airport. LUG’s contract with... Read more
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Tony Tyler, director general and CEO of the International Air Transport Association, has implored Poland’s government to speed up the implementation of pro-aviation policies. He... Read more
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The supervisory board overseeing the development of the new Berlin Brandenburg Airport, which was scheduled to begin operations on June 3, have postponed the opening date to March... Read more
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Lufthansa Cargo subsidiary time:matters has commenced weekend and holiday flights across Europe for customers serving the agricultural sector. The additional flights, which were... Read more
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