On June 9, Air Canada Cargo will launch service to and from Marseille, the carrier’s fourth city in France. This route will be operated with a 767-300ER aircraft. Air Canada is also starting Paris-Montreal twice-daily flights that some month, and will increase frequency on its Lyon service in July. ByRead More
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On the carrier side, one of the most impressive improvements was seen at UPS Airlines, rising from 97 overall points and just missing a certificate last year to 113 points and a Diamond Award for carriers handling more than a million tonnes of cargo annually. Jim Mayer, public relations managerRead More
Radio frequency identification (RFID) is hardly a cutting-edge technology. The system of scanning and identifying objects through the use of radio waves has roots that reach back to World War II. Since then, it’s been used in countless tracking systems to monitor the movement of trucks and goods. In theRead More
Canada-based CargoJet reported a net profit of US$34 million during Q1 of 2016, representing its first quarterly profit after more than two years of losses. During fiscal year 2015, the company reported a net loss of $14 million from start-up costs associated with its $1 billion overnight contract with CanadaRead More
Canada-based Cargojet is close to finalizing a deal with Air Canada Cargo, which would, in essence, construct a cargo bridge between South America and Europe via Canada. The deal, still subject to route approval, would represent Canada’s first dedicated freighter flights to Latin America. Once the deal is set, Cargojet wouldRead More
Who wants fresh lobster? Nova Scotia is known for its bounty of the savory crustaceans, and there will be plenty of it shipped overseas throughout the holiday season. Now Israel-based CAL Cargo Airlines will carry some of the bounty when it begins operations at Halifax Stanfield International Airport this month.Read More
Deutsche Lufthansa, which could report its first full-year operating loss in six years, has agreed to share revenue with Singapore Airlines on routes from Singapore to Germany and Switzerland, in order for Lufthansa to compete with carriers from the Persian Gulf and expand its presence in Asia according to Bloomberg.Read More