Air Cargo

Coverage of air cargo related news including freight forwarders, airlines, airports and more
Smooth flight for AirBridgeCargo’s ‘special passengers’

Air Freight News | July 05, 2019 | Air Cargo | Freighters

AirBridgeCargo Airlines (ABC) has been consistently developing its dedicated ‘abc care’ product to cater to the needs of the customers transporting live animals.

India Plans Aircraft Financing, Plane Leasing as Aviation Booms

Bloomberg | July 05, 2019 | Air Cargo | Airlines

Kenya Airways Selects GE Aviation for Digital Flight Operations

AJOT | July 03, 2019 | Air Cargo | Airlines
For the first time, two ANA A380’s were in Honolulu at the same time

AJOT | July 03, 2019 | Air Cargo | Freighters

The Emerald Green A380 FLYING HONU arrived at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport on Tuesday, July 2, at approximately 8:45 a.m., followed by the ANA Blue aircraft at approximately 10:05 a.m.
Ethiopian makes its maiden flight to Marseille Addis Ababa

AJOT | July 03, 2019 | Air Cargo | Airlines

Ethiopian Airlines, the largest Aviation Group in Africa and SKYTRAX certified Four Star Global Airline, commenced thrice weekly flights to Marseille, France on 2 July 2019.
Volga-Dnepr Technics Moscow Continues to Set Up a Team of Professionals

AJOT | July 03, 2019 | Air Cargo | Freighters

Volga-Dnepr Technics Moscow (VDTM), a provider of maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services for foreign-made aircraft in Russia, completed the first recruitment course for young professionals.
FIS Air Freight Report July 2, 2019

AJOT | July 02, 2019 | Air Cargo | General

As of week commencing 8th July 2019, we will begin building in AFFA market bids and offers into the traded China/ Hong Kong to Europe forward curve.
CSafe expands partnership with Swiss WorldCargo

AJOT | July 02, 2019 | Air Cargo | Airlines

SWISS WorldCargo has approved the CSafe RAP for lift on their fleet of wide-bodied aircraft.  The CSafe RAP is CSafe’s latest innovation in active temperature-controlled containers and has quickly gained approval to fly on an ever-expanding list of airlines. SWISS WorldCargo serves over 100 destinations all over the world from Zurich and Geneva, and this partnership will open several new lanes for the CSafe RAP.
ANA Becomes the First Japanese Airline to Launch the Boeing 777 Freighter

AJOT | July 02, 2019 | Air Cargo | Freighters

Introduction of Boeing 777F positions ANA to better serve changing transportation needs in Asia and the U.S.

US proposes tariffs on another $4 billion of EU goods
Air Cargo
Bloomberg | Top Story | July 01, 2019

US proposes tariffs on another $4 billion of EU goods

The U.S. added new products from the European Union to potentially target with retaliatory tariffs in a long-running trans-Atlantic subsidy dispute between Boeing Co. and Airbus SE.
Southwest CEO calls latest Max delay ‘very disappointing’

Bloomberg | July 01, 2019 | Air Cargo | Airlines
Southwest Airlines Air Cargo Update

Air Freight News | July 01, 2019 | Air Cargo | Airlines

Steve Langhart, Director of Cargo Sales for Southwest Airlines, was the guest speaker at the June meeting of the JFK Air Cargo Association.
Construction milestone for dedicated freight terminal at Budapest Airport

AJOT | July 01, 2019 | Air Cargo | Airports

Topping out ceremony marks structural completion of BUD Cargo City’s largest building only nine months after construction began
Beijing’s New Airport Is Completed, Opening in September

Bloomberg | July 01, 2019 | Air Cargo | Airports | Intermodal

Beijing’s second international airport has been completed -- and it’s expected to become one of the world’s busiest.
Aircraft Regulators Will Join Forces to Restore Boeing 737 Max to Service

Bloomberg | June 28, 2019 | Air Cargo | Airlines

Four of the world’s leading aircraft regulators have agreed in principle to coordinate in restoring Boeing Co.’s 737 Max to service once they’re confident that technical updates and new training meet safety standards.

The New Era of Supersonic Travel May End Before It Even Begins

Bloomberg | June 28, 2019 | Air Cargo | General | Intermodal
Boeing Needs Up to Three Months to Fix Latest 737 Max Problem

Bloomberg | June 27, 2019 | Air Cargo | Airlines

Boeing Co. could take as long as three months to fix the latest software glitch on its 737 Max, discovered when a U.S. government pilot doing simulator tests experienced a lag in an emergency response because a computer chip was overwhelmed with data, people familiar with the matter said.

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