American Airlines has record-breaking Q2, but proceeds with caution

The cargo arm of the traditionally passenger-focused American Airlines increased its second quarter freight volume by 10 percent to 158,757 tonnes compared to the same period last year, according to its recent quarterly statement. The airline said this marks its best June performance in more than 10 years, standing out among many carriers that saw […]
  • Nina Chamlou
  • August 9, 2018

TAP Portugal seeks fuel savings with ULD contract

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 are expected to reduce the airline’s fuel costs by as much as €2.5 million over the length of the contract. Under the agreement, Zurich-based CHEP will assume control and […]
  • October 6, 2014

Air BP, Poland oil company form joint venture

Air BP signed an agreement with a Poland-based oil company to form a new joint venture to manage the supply, logistics and marketing of aviation fuel in Poland, the country with the fastest growing aviation fuel sales in Europe.
  • June 26, 2013