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Peak season is upon us: Do you know where your trans-Pacific holiday cargo is? Those looking for inexpensive routes from Asia to North America are rapidly seeing their supply-chain options dwindle as seaports along the U.S. West Coast face weeks-long... Read more
HONG KONG – Nov. 11 is known in China as “Singles Day,” a time to recognize people who are single by purchasing goods online, making it the busiest e-commerce day of the year. With one-day sales totaling $9.3 billion, the holiday also reveals just how... Read more

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Etihad Cargo announced more freight capacity in Tanzania, Switzerland and the U.S. Etihad Cargo began a weekly freighter service to Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. On the return flight... Read more
Cargo companies at Frankfurt Airport (FRA) founded an association to promote FRA as a global air cargo hub.  Air Cargo Community Frankfurt will represent the interests of air... Read more
CLECAT and FIATA, representing freight forwarders on the European and international level, presented their views on the role of freight forwarders and logistics in intermodal... Read more
Airfreight growth during Q2 2014 is showing solid improvement compared to a year ago, supported by the cyclical upswing in the global economy, but high jet fuel prices and... Read more
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Emirates will have more cargo capacity in Boston beginning Aug. 1, when it switches from its Boeing 777-200LR now operating the route to a larger Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.... Read more
The International Air Transport Association’s newly minted head of cargo, Glyn Hughes, plans to focus on the many initiatives set underway by his now retired predecessor Des... Read more
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Cargo throughput at Fraport AG’s Frankfurt Airport in May grew by 6.9 percent year over year to 185,626 tonnes. “The strong development in air cargo strengthens our position as... Read more
India identified 24 airports for development as domestic air cargo terminals. Shri Ashok Lavasa, India’s secretary for civil aviation, gave direction for drawing plans to develop... Read more
(Editor's note: this article was edited to remove references to United's change in cargo handlers.) The top cargo executives at United Airlines and Delta Air Lines are leaving.... Read more
American Airlines Cargo began two cargo services Wednesday from Dallas/Forth Worth to China. AA Cargo is flying to Hong Kong and Shanghai. Service departing Hong Kong begins... Read more
First quarter cargo tonnage for Air Seychelles rose 126.8 percent year over year. The Republic of Seychelles’ national airline moved 1,602 tonnes, driven by strong demand from... Read more
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has given approval for energy corporation BP and unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) manufacturer AeroVironment to fly an AeroVironment Puma... Read more
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Jack Muhs, the new president and CEO of FedEx Trade Networks (FTN), the freight forwarding division of FedEx Corp., says he is hopeful that the second half of 2014 will be strong... Read more
American Airlines Group’s system cargo tonne miles (CTMs) for May were up 6.4 percent year over year. AA Group’s CTMs for American Airlines Cargo and US Airways Cargo were 204.9... Read more
The International Air Transport Association announced the appointment, effective June 9, of Glyn Hughes as the association’s next global head of cargo. He is replacing industry... Read more

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