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2014 Media Kit

Air Cargo

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Proposed adjustment to quarantine inspection fees

AJOT | June 19, 2014 | Air Cargo | Ports & Terminals

The US Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) has announced proposed changes to the fees it charges to recoup the costs of agricultural quarantine inspections (AQI) at U.S. ports of entry. Read More »

Ruslan International moves G280 wings

AJOT | June 19, 2014 | Air Cargo

Ruslan international – the joint venture company which manages and markets the 17-strong fleet of giant Antonov An-124 aircraft belonging to its shareholders Antonov Airlines and Volga Dnepr Airlines – has transported a further load of four wing assemblies for the latest Gulfstream business jet. Read More »

TIACA’s air cargo forum puts the focus on cooperation

AJOT | June 12, 2014 | Air Cargo

Companies must embrace cooperative relationships that innovate, create value, and get sustainable results in order to thrive in the 21st century, delegates and visitors to TIACA’s Air Cargo Forum (ACF) will hear in Seoul, Korea, this fall. Read More »

Lufthansa warns on profit

Reuters | June 11, 2014 | Air Cargo

Lufthansa cut back its profit targets for the next two years citing competition from Middle East and low-cost rivals. Read More »

New UPS CEO plans expansion in emerging markets, services

Reuters | June 10, 2014 | Air Cargo | Intermodal

The incoming head of United Parcel Service Inc said the world's largest parcel delivery company will continue investing to build capacity in emerging markets and to expand its services, especially in healthcare, its fastest-growing segment after e-commerce. Read More »

E-tailers growth ensnared in India’s logistics jungle

Reuters | June 10, 2014 | Air Cargo | Intermodal

Online retailers jostling for a chunk of India's $13 billion e-commerce trade are so desperate to avoid snarled roads and inefficient railways that they fly their packages in the passenger cabin of costly commercial flights. The cargo, however, often gets bumped off. Read More »

European, US helicopter makers bid for $2-bln Japan deal

Reuters | June 10, 2014 | Air Cargo

Japan is in early talks with top global helicopter makers and their Japanese partners about a deal worth around $2 billion to supply transport aircraft to its military that would also be sold overseas, sources with knowledge of the discussions said. Read More »

Premium Article  Texas airports hot with growth

Karen Thuermer | June 09, 2014 | Air Cargo

Texas airports hot with growth

There’s good news in the air cargo world. Just three weeks into British Airways Boeing 787 launched service on March 3 between Austin–Bergstrom International Airport (ABIA) and London Heathrow (LHR), IAG Cargo realized an 88 percent load factor. On May 1, the carrier increased the service from five flights weekly to daily. This will provide even more opportunity for cargo movement, say IAG Cargo and British Airways officials. Read More »

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