Caryn Livingston

Caryn Livingston

Caryn Livingston is Editor of the monthly magazine Air Cargo World and Deputy Editor of the company’s monthly newsletter, Cargo Facts, and its weekly e-mail publication Cargo Facts Update. Prior to joining Cargo Facts in 2017, Caryn worked as a journalist in Houston covering the oil and gas industry. She holds a BA in English from the University of Tulsa and an MA in Literature from the University of Houston-Clear Lake.

SF Airlines secures DOT approval for US-China operations

On Wednesday, the U.S. Department of Transportation approved an exemption request from Shenzhen-based SF Airlines to operate cargo service between the U.S. and China. SF initially requested the exemption on May 13, as reported by our sister publication, Cargo Facts. The carrier was seeking to operate a thrice-weekly scheduled service between Hangzhou (HGH) and New […]

Air France-KLM no longer set to acquire a stake in Virgin Atlantic

While the trans-Atlantic joint venture between Air France-KLM, Delta Air Lines and Virgin Atlantic is set to move forward following its Nov. 21 regulatory approval, Air France-KLM announced on Wednesday that it no longer seeks to acquire a stake in Virgin Atlantic as part of the deal. The Air France-KLM statement clarified that the acquisition […]

IAG Cargo announces successful drone trial at Madrid warehouse [VIDEO]

IAG Cargo has spent most of the last 18 months trialing autonomous drone technology in its Madrid warehouse, Carly Morris, head of innovation at IAG Cargo, told Air Cargo World this week. The successful trials established IAG Cargo’s ability to use drones for autonomous navigation across multiple racks, accurate scanning of air waybills and identification […]

U-Freight brings e-commerce logistics product to Malaysia

Hong Kong-based logistics firm U-Freight Group is expanding its logistics product for e-commerce startups, launched in Hong Kong in March, to the Malaysian market. U-Freight will roll out the product, known as e+ Solutions, at its e-commerce fulfillment center in Penang in northwest Malaysia. The Penang facility already has the required hardware for processing and […]

Cargolux lowers fuel surcharge from early December

Luxembourg-based all-cargo carrier Cargolux will reduce its fuel surcharge on all shipments as of Dec. 2, 2019, the carrier said in an announcement on Monday. The carrier is decreasing its surcharge per kilo by €0.05, to €0.60 per kilo or the equivalent in local currency. The reduction follows an earlier increase to €0.65 per kilo […]

Strategies for thriving in a volatile market [Podcast]

More year-over-year declines in airfreight traffic and cargo handles for October served to cap off a difficult 2019 for global logistics. However, plenty of opportunities are still available for those operators that can pinpoint creative solutions to recent challenges. In this episode of On Air with Air Cargo World, we spoke with Alexandra Kleinschmidt, Vice […]

DHL opens Foreign Trade Zone at JFK

DHL has opened its seventh Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) in the United States with the inauguration of its newest location at New York’s JFK Airport. The JFK location adds to DHL’s growing FTZ footprint, which includes locations in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth, Miami, San Diego and Los Angeles. According to a statement from DHL, its […]

American carriers report more traffic declines with move into 4Q

Americas-based carriers Delta Air Lines and LATAM Cargo shrugged off the move into peak season with continued drops in traffic during October 2019, and in LATAM’s case, reported an even larger year-over-year (y-o-y) decline than that seen in September. Taken on their own, the y-o-y declines mostly cap off an overall difficult year, but considering […]

Announcing the Jet Fuel Innovation Summit agenda

Last week Air Cargo World’s parent company, Royal Media, announced a new industry opportunity, Jet Fuel Innovation Summit, planned for April 6-7 in Houston. This inaugural event will explore new strategies, technologies, products, and trends in jet fuel and global jet fuel management with a focus on innovation in the industry – a topic not […]

Appeals court rules for Atlas Air, Southern Air against pilot unions

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit ruled in favor of Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings’ subsidiary carriers, Atlas Air and Southern Air, in the carriers’ dispute with the union representing its pilots. The appeals court ruling follows earlier decisions by arbitrators also rendered in favor of the airlines, which found that the union, […]

Will Boeing soon bid farewell to 747 production?

Boeing’s 747 aircraft was the first widebody aircraft ever produced and has been in production for about 50 years, but with the recent parting out of the factory producing the jet’s fuselage sections, the tale of the Queen of the Skies may soon be coming to an end. As our sister publication Cargo Facts reported […]

BUD Cargo City handling facility completed

The handover of the new BUD Cargo City handling building at Budapest Airport (BUD) took place today, the airport announced. The new facility includes 16,600 square meters of warehouse space and 4,600 square meters of office space. The handling building is scheduled to begin operations on Jan. 6, 2020. The handover of the Cargo City’s […]

Freight forwarder group launches GDP compliance training program

Freight forwarder network WCA launched a new compliance training program for Good Distribution Practice (GDP), aimed at freight forwarders involved in pharmaceutical logistics. The program was hosted by WCA Pharma, the specialty logistics group under WCA, whose members are required to be GDP compliant to retain their membership. The first training took place in Amsterdam […]

Cargo Chat: DHL bringing forward cargo screening and security

Cargo security screening in the United States underwent a major change this year after the late 2018 approval of canine screening. The new screening measures were supportive of air cargo exports early in 2019 when members of the Transportation and Security Administration (TSA) worked without pay during a government shutdown and have continued to allow […]
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