Caryn Livingston and Chelsea Toczauer

Laredo Airport set for cargo apron renovation, expanded customs program

Southern Texas’ Laredo International Airport (LRD) plans to leverage a federal grant received last week to rehabilitate its cargo apron, Airport Director Jeffrey Miller told Air Cargo World. Miller also added that the airport is pursuing a new customs program that would enable easier cross-border operations between the U.S. and Mexico. LRD’s awarded federal grant […]

XPO Logistics sees strong margins in Q2, despite challenges

Connecticut-based XPO Logistics reported strong margins during its second quarter this year, despite a decline in revenue and tough market conditions. The company’s stronger performance in North American less-than-truckload (LTL) operations helped to offset market weakness, and will inform XPO’s operational strategy going forward, company Chairman and CEO Bradley Jacobs said in a statement. “We’re […]

Are challenges at New Istanbul Airport threatening carriers’ cargo operations?

After several delays to entering operations, the massive New Istanbul Airport (now IST, formerly ISL) finally opened for commercial operations in April. Since that time, however, the airport has been faced with several challenges – meteorological and political – that could be cause for concern for air cargo providers moving forward.    On May 17, flights to IST from several […]