Click here to follow us on Facebook

 

 

Top Stories

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

Latest News

Polar Air Cargo Worldwide, Inc. confirmed its plans to begin daily nonstop 747-400 express freighter service between Cincinnati and Tokyo by the end of April. The new service... Read more
Global freight volumes rebounded late last year, despite weak traffic throughout 2011, International Air Transport Association data revealed. Growing 0.2 percent, year-over-year,... Read more
Tags:
Etihad Cargo will begin a new direct weekly freighter operation from Abu Dhabi to the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou, effective Jan. 17. The new cargo service will operate... Read more
Tags:
Turkish Cargo opened its new cargo storage area at Istanbul Ataturk Airport. The storage area is 10,500 square meters (113,000 square feet), has five cold storage spaces and 333... Read more
An industry-wide shift from airfreight to seafreight affected Toll Global Forwarding’s cargo traffic in fiscal-year 2011-2012, which ended June 30. In addition to recording a drop... Read more
Tags:
Modal shift has become a fact of life for CEVA Logistics, as customers look for bottom-line savings on their freight movements. The company attributed a 5.1-percent, year-over-... Read more
Tags:
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
Tags:
The JAL Group, Japan Airlines' parent organization, has reported a 4.8 percent increase in international and domestic cargo volumes in freight tonne-kilometer terms for the first... Read more
Tags:
Cargo and mail tonnage showed a year-over-year decline for Cathay Pacific Airways and Dragonair in December 2013, despite more available capacity. The two airlines carried 139,608... Read more
First officers who fly for U.S. cargo and passenger airlines must now have six times more flight hours than before. The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is increasing the... Read more
By Adina Solomon The air cargo environment and the way it functions are changing, says Oliver Evans, chief cargo officer at Swiss WorldCargo. “Whenever there’s change, there are... Read more
Tags:
Beginning October 31, Ethiopian Airlines will operate thrice-weekly service from its Bole Addis Ababa International Airport hub to Kuala Lumpur. The service announcement comes on... Read more
Tags:
UPS is expanding inbound and outbound airfreight services in Myanmar for the first time. Customers trading to and from this emerging market will have access to UPS's supply chain... Read more
Tags: asia, myanmar, ups
Emirates SkyCargo is eying South America as a key region of growth. In addition to citing the freight implications for Emirates’ daily passenger route to Rio de Janeiro and Buenos... Read more
Tags:
In a landslide vote, members of the U.S. House of Representatives have voted to prohibit U.S. carriers from participating in the European Union emissions trading scheme. The... Read more
Tags:

Pages