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Compton: Carriers are well positioned to invest in cargo

Compton: Carriers are well positioned to invest in cargo

May 6, 2014 at 12:29 pm 0 comments

Jim Compton, vice chairman of United Airlines, told attendees Monday at the CNS Partnership Conference in San Antonio, Texas, that despite air cargo’s myriad challenges, he is more optimistic than at any time during his nearly 30 years in aviation. Compton, who also holds the title of United’s chief revenueRead More

Cargo execs reflect on industry

Cargo execs reflect on industry

November 26, 2013 at 10:38 am 0 comments

One of the air cargo sector’s strengths is its breadth of astute management. As the industry heads optimistically into the uncertainty of 2014, it will rely heavily on the guidance of its top executives. Air Cargo World has selected six of the industry’s best to highlight in our annual AirRead More

Few pets experience trouble on airlines

August 5, 2013 at 6:00 am 11 comments

By Adina Solomon Only a miniscule percentage of pets that fly experience an injury, loss or death.

Mexico’s economy sprouts wings

Mexico’s economy sprouts wings

July 30, 2013 at 2:13 pm 0 comments

Mexico’s economy is evolving. Its GDP has risen over the past few years, and its people are becoming wealthier. Within five years, Mexican factories could produce up to US$60 billion in output annually, according to the Boston Consulting Group. The business strategy adviser also reported that in 2012, average manufacturingRead More