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After reporting its biggest-ever annual loss for the 12 months ending in June 2014 – A$2.8 billion – Qantas has sprung back, reporting an underlying profit of A$367 million (US$289 million) for the six months ending December 2014.  Qantas freight... Read more
As the rhetoric heats up between the top three American and Persian Gulf-based carriers over competition and alleged abuses of government subsidies, FedEx and Boeing have stepped into the war of words to defend the use of open skies agreements between... Read more

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AirBridgeCargo Airlines has launched a weekly Boeing 747-400F route from Germany’s Hannover-Langenhagen Airport to Beijing Capital International Airport via Moscow. Kuehne + Nagel... Read more
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Kuala Lumpur: According to IATA, more than 1,000 industry representatives came to the organization’s fifth annual World Cargo Symposium last March in Istanbul; organizers will try... Read more
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Just when major competitors like Singapore Airlines and China Airlines are sidelining cargo planes in a desperate effort to arrest the decline in yields, Air China Cargo's... Read more
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Emirates Airline has commenced daily service to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport from its Dubai hub. Officials for the carrier project that fresh fruits and vegetables,... Read more
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Unmanned aircraft aren't just for military uses anymore. With this in mind, the Federal Aviation Administration has started searching for six sites in the U.S. that can be used... Read more
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Only two full months into the new year, activity at Schiphol airport is already picking up.  Turf for a new 45-acre Schiphol Logistics Park has just been cut, and the airport's... Read more
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Air France-KLM’s freight volumes plunged 5.1 percent, year-over-year, in February, on a capacity increase of 0.8 percent. Such discrepancies led to a 4 percent, year-over-year,... Read more
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AirBridgeCargo Airlines successfully flew 175 cows across the North Pole on a Chicago-to-Krasnoyarsk, Russia, routing. It was a particularly difficult flight, according to a press... Read more
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Amid reports that DHL will be the primary carrier of Apple’s new iPad 3, the logistics provider released its financial statements for fiscal-year 2011, which showed group revenues... Read more
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In honor of International Women’s Day, which falls on March 8, Airbus has announced its plans to hire more women in 2012. The aircraft manufacturer anticipates that women will... Read more
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Astral Aviation will commence direct cargo service to Mogadishu from its hub at Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport on March 14. The all-cargo airline will fly to the... Read more
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The number of accidents on Western-built jets declined 39 percent, year-over-year, in 2011 — hitting the lowest number of accidents in the history of aviation, International Air... Read more
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Saudi Airlines Cargo will commence twice-weekly Boeing 747 freight service to Saigon, on March 25, connecting the Vietnamese city to the Middle East and Frankfurt, Germany. Saudi... Read more
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DHL has released its “Delivering Tomorrow: Logistics 2050” study, which details five vastly different future scenarios and how each one affects the global logistics sector. Forty-... Read more
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After a successful 2011 — highlighted by an 8.6 percent, year-over-year, revenue surge — IAG Cargo is in expansion mode, the group’s managing director Steve Gunning told Air Cargo... Read more
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