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Looking ahead to the winter season and the rest of 2015, Air Canada is expanding its long-haul widebody passenger and cargo service to several regions of the world, including South Asia, the Middle East, Latin America, North America and Europe.  Starting... Read more
Air Astana, the flag carrier of Kazakhstan, launched nonstop widebody service from the nation’s capital of Astana to Bangkok, capital of Thailand. Operating twice a week, using one of the carrier’s thirty 767-300ERs, the route is part of a recent... Read more

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As a much-anticipated peak season approaches, DHL Global Forwarding (DGF) has launched a program to secure long-term capacity on a number of the world’s busiest trade routes,... Read more
United Cargo, the freight division of United Airlines, is replacing its entire fleet of LD3 containers with new Herculight S containers, designed by Zodiac Aerospace. United Cargo... Read more
SEOUL -- Aurora Air International, a cargo airline which recently re-entered the air cargo market after deactivating nearly 20 years ago, plans to establish a new headquarters at... Read more
Pilots from the German union Vereinigung Cockpit (VC) have begun yet another strike at Lufthansa Cargo, scheduled for today and tomorrow, to protest expected changes in the... Read more
Chapman Freeborn Airchartering and Volga-Dnepr Airlines helped usher Argentina into the space age by transporting the country’s first satellite from San Carlos de Bariloche... Read more
Starting next May, IAG Cargo will begin offering daily cargo services on the new British Airways passenger route operating between London Heathrow and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.... Read more
SEOUL -- Boeing’s biennial World Air Cargo forecast paints a rosy next two decades for the industry with an annual growth rate of 4.7 percent over the next 20 years, more than... Read more
SEOUL -- How can the airfreight industry knock down barriers and improve the supply chain? That was the question addressed by an industry panel at the TIACA Air Cargo Forum in... Read more
Although Airbus had a strong September, with a net 69 aircraft sold and 54 delivered, it still fell short of Boeing’s totals for the year to date. Nine months into 2014, Boeing... Read more
Tags: a320, a330, a350, airbus, boeing
Lisbon-based TAP Portugal has signed a four-year outsourcing agreement with CHEP Aerospace Solutions to upgrade the flag carrier’s unit load devices (ULDs) to newer models that... Read more
Integrators’ parcel volumes and revenues continue to accelerate in Europe in sharp contrast to the trend in air cargo, where the established carriers are suffering from weak... Read more
Tags: cologne, ups
Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Ltd. (Hactl), Hong Kong’s largest cargo terminal operator, recently hosted the 105th meeting of International Air Transport Association's (IATA)... Read more
Tags: hactl, hong kong, iata
After the two-week pilots strike ended at Air France on Sept. 29, costing the carrier an estimated €280 million, the European airfreight industry continued to reel this week with... Read more
Global air freight markets showed continued robust growth in air cargo volumes in August, according to the latest data from The International Air Transport Association (IATA).... Read more
Tags: iata
United Cargo announced the acceptance of the Envirotainer RKN e1 temperature control container. The FAA approved the RKN e1 in July 2014, and United Cargo is the first U.S.... Read more

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