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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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Cathay Pacific has announced that it will retire three Boeing 747-400BCFs this year. Although the carrier  will still take delivery of three additional Boeing 747-8Fs in 2012,... Read more
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One month after FedEx Corp. agreed to purchase Polish shipping company Opek Sp.z o.o., the company announced plans to procure French business-to-business express company Tatex.... Read more
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Air France-KLM’s April freight volumes plunged 8.3 percent, year-over-year, on a capacity decline of 3.3 percent. The carrier’s cargo traffic was especially sluggish in the... Read more
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The same day that DHL Express announced a potentially lucrative partnership with the U.S Department of Commerce to boost U.S. exports, a scathing report surfaced slamming parent... Read more
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The Airport Authority Hong Kong, along with 40 of its business partners, signed a pledge on May 8 to make Hong Kong International Airport the greenest airport in the world. This... Read more
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UPS has added Honduras and Nicaragua to its UPS Express Freight network, offering the two Central American nations day-definite transportation services. This development comes on... Read more
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Miami: The theme for the 2012 CNS Partnership conference is “together towards tomorrow.” According to a press release, that means the event will “draw importance to the air cargo... Read more
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Officials from the EU and the U.S. signed today an agreement to mutually recognize each other’s known shippers, a decision that will go into effect on July 1. These companies will... Read more
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The International Air Transport Association found that worldwide freight demand rose by 0.3 percent, year-over-year, in March. Nonetheless, freight-tonne kilometers were up 4... Read more
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Calgary-based passenger carrier WestJet has been flying cargo all over Canada since the carrier got off the ground in 1996 with a handful of Boeing 737s, but recently officials... Read more
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Hawthorne, Calif.-based Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) is scheduled to launch a privately-developed-and-operated rocket from Cape Canaveral on May 7 to carry a commercial... Read more
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Atlas Air is on track to meet its 2012 expectations after a significant activity rebound in March that made up for a sluggish January and February. According to a company press... Read more
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For the first quarter of 2012, TNT Express reported that revenues rose by 1.3 percent, while adjusted revenues declined by 0.9 percent, on a slight decline out of the Asia-Pacific... Read more
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Despite a 5.5-percent rise in passenger traffic during the first quarter, Air France-KLM saw a ballooning fuel bill and a depressed cargo market, which lead to mostly negative... Read more
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China Airlines will launch a new B747F service from Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport to Chennai International Airport on May 16. The plane will fly twice a week to Chennai via... Read more
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