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Russia’s Volga-Dnepr Group, has entered an agreement with Boeing Shanghai Aviation Services to convert one of its passenger 737-400 aircraft into freighter configuration. Volga-Dnepr is scheduled to take re-delivery of the converted freighter in the... Read more
To put it mildly, Shanghai Pudong International Airport Cargo Terminals Co. Limited (PACTL) is having a banner year.  PACTL, which processes just under 50 percent of all the cargo that moves through Shanghai Pudong (PVG), already handled more cargo in... Read more

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Kuehne + Nagel has launched KN PharmaChain, a new product that offers door-to-door temperature control, wireless temperature monitoring and a 24-hour alert system. KN PharmaChain... Read more
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Sluggish freight traffic in the Asia-Pacific, staggering fuel prices, and delays in Boeing 747-8F deliveries crippled Cargolux’s performance in 2011, according to company... Read more
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The European Commission has levied €169 million in fines to 14 freight forwarding groups for conspiring to fix cargo surcharges, among other activities, from 2002 to 2007. The U.S... Read more
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Singapore’s Changi Airport Group is launching an S$15 million initiative to boost airfreight volumes in the Asia-Pacific. Beginning April 1, freighters landing at Changi Airport... Read more
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The International Air Transport Association has downgraded its global profit forecast for 2012 from $3.5 billion to $3 billion amid escalating fuel prices. It’s a number that... Read more
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Operating expenses and jet fuel cost rose 28.77 percent and 44.02 percent, year-over-year, for Air China in 2011, leaving operating profit down 42.73 percent when compared to 2010... Read more
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Despite filing for bankruptcy in late November, American Airlines is in expansion mode, AA Cargo President Dave Brooks told Air Cargo World. Brooks, who also served as a... Read more
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After looking at South America through a microscope, examining taxation and regulatory issues in each country, Heavyweight Air Express will soon begin expansion into Chile,... Read more
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Airbus officials recently announced in Brussels that the European manufacturer will invest nearly €2 billion in environmental research and development. Christian Scherer, the... Read more
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Putting their differences aside, competitors Airbus, Boeing and Embraer have signed an MoU to collaborate on the development of aviation biofuels. In joint press releases, the... Read more
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Hanjin Logistics Europe B.V. has opened a new facility at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. The center, which includes both bonded and non-bonded warehousing, will serve as a Benelux... Read more
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The great unification experiment known as the Global Air Cargo Advisory Group now has a voice on the World Wide Web. IATA, TIACA, FIATA and the Global Shippers' Forum united... Read more
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Aveos Fleet Performance, a supplier of MRO services to Air Canada, has filed for protection under Canada's Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act, immediately ceasing all operations... Read more
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IATA’s push to get every country onto the e-airwaybill bandwagon — an initial, cautious step toward full e-freight implementation — lives and dies by the Warsaw Convention. The... Read more
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Officials from Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Ltd. have praised the Hong Kong government’s conditional approval of a third runway at Hong Kong International Airport. In a press... Read more
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