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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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Air France-KLM’s cargo traffic declined 6.9 percent, year-over-year, during the second quarter of 2012, a decrease that is in line with the carrier’s 6.5 percent, year-over-year,... Read more
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Both cargo demand and capacity declined in the Asia-Pacific last month, Association of Asia Pacific Airlines statistics revealed. Falling 0.8 percent and 1.4 percent, year-over-... Read more
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The second quarter of 2012 was rather profitable for TNT Express. The Dutch courier, which is in the process of being acquired by UPS for €5.16 billion, saw operating income rise... Read more
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Delta experienced a 1 percent decline, year-over-year, in cargo revenue during the second quarter of 2012. For the first six months of the year, Delta's cargo activity was also... Read more
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In the largest investment for a domestic Mexican airline, Grupo Aeromexico has ordered $10.8 billion in planes from Boeing. The order includes 90 737-8 MAX aircraft and 10 787-9... Read more
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Two weeks ago, Cathay Pacific officials announced that they experienced less dramatic cargo losses in June, turning in a 5.4-percent, year-over-year, tonnage drop for the carrier... Read more
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With a €400 million investment, Deutsche Post has modernized its mail network at all 82 of its mail stations in Germany. The company has installed 288 Großbrief sorting systems,... Read more
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Qatar Airways has commenced services to Kilimanjaro, part of its ongoing expansion into Africa. On October 31, the airline will launch routings to Maputo, Mozambique. KLM has also... Read more
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The first steps to a vibrant aviation industry in India are coordinated public policies, according to Tony Tyler, director general of the International Air Transport Association.... Read more
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Gains in UPS' domestic service were swallowed up by a poor international showing, leading to mixed results for the second quarter. As a result, officials decreased their earnings... Read more
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In a move to bring white-glove asset tracking in house, Southwest Airlines has unveiled Cargo Companion, a cellular-based device that can track shipments as well as monitor... Read more
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Canada’s Competition Bureau has fined Korean Air CAD$5.5 million for its participation in an airfreight cartel from April 22, 2002, to Feb. 14, 2006. Korean Air, which has pleaded... Read more
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American Airlines’ parent company AMR Corp., which filed for bankruptcy in November, saw cargo revenue plunge 6.6 percent, year-over-year, during the second quarter of 2012.... Read more
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The International Air Transport Association and the International Civil Aviation Organization, along with other aviation authorities, have urged African officials to promote and... Read more
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The second quarter of 2012 brought “modest growth” to Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Ltd, according to a press release. Hong Kong International Airport’s major airfreight operator... Read more
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