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Lufthansa Cargo is starting twice-weekly MD-11 freighter flights to Lagos, Nigeria. The Frankfurt-Lagos route will begin Sept. 15. Lagos is an important destination for the oil... Read more
Emirates SkyCargo’s weekly freighter service from Basel to Dubai will start Sept. 21. The new freighter flight will supplement the existing belly-hold cargo capacity in the... Read more
Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) recorded robust development in cargo with tonnage growth of 8.3 percent in July. Cargo throughput reached 370,000 tonnes in July. Air... Read more
Air cargo volume at O’Hare International Airport in Chicago grew by 8.5 percent year over year during the first half of 2014. In June alone, O’Hare's cargo tonnage increased by... Read more

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Singapore Changi Airport handled 155,000 tonnes of cargo in July, a decline of 2.4 percent from a year ago. Flight movements dipped 2.6 percent to 28,200 during the month. For the period of January to July 2014, cargo shipments were stable at 1,065,000 tonnes. Aircraft landings and takeoffs grew by 2.1 percent to 199,900.
Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Limited (Hactl) enhanced its security operations... Read more
DB Schenker AG, the logistics subsidiary of Deutsche Bahn AG, filed a complaint... Read more
American Airlines Cargo began offering cargo service to and from Fort Myers,... Read more
Tel Aviv-based CAL Cargo Air Lines purchased a 747-400ER freighter,... Read more
Lufthansa Cargo is starting twice-weekly MD-11 freighter flights to Lagos,... Read more


Drewry’s East-West airfreight rates stabilized in June, following the seasonal correction of May as Drewry's East-West Air Freight Price Index recovered 2.3 points in the month to 101.6 points. The uptick in in pricing only partly offset the decline experienced in May, but still left the index considerably higher than it was 12 months previously by a margin of 7.3 points. Drewry still expects some weakening in overall pricing over the coming months, as more seasonal belly-hold capacity from rising passenger demand comes into the market. Source: Drewry Sea & Air Shipper Insight

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Countries around the world are lining up, plates in hand, for the air cargo buffet. Air shipments of perishable food are strong... Read more

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Posted under Editorial by John W. McCurry
With the world’s thirst for oil and gas running largely unabated, the exploration of these commodities continues to provide benefits for cargo carriers equipped to handle the often large and odd-sized equipment needed in far-...
Posted under Forwarders Forum by Brandon Fried
A friend met me for lunch after spending the morning visiting lawmakers on Capitol Hill to see if he could change a few minds about a proposed piece of legislation that would negatively affect his business. He appeared tired and
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The 2013 case of Durunna v. Air Canada brings up several issues that affect both the consignor and consignee. Durunna was a case where a consignment of 10 laptop computers carried by air from Canada to Nigeria disappeared during...



Near the magazine-covered coffee table and plush armchairs, the waiting room of the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport executive office has something else: a glass...


In a long-anticipated move, Vietnam Airlines has submitted its plan for an IPO to the national ministry of transport. The listing is meant to generate funds for the overdue...


The geopolitical capital of Europe it may be, but Brussels also wants to take on a more central role as a European cargo gateway. It’s a tough call, ring-fenced as it is by the...

Middle East

Qatar Airways made the biggest news, cargo-wise, at the recent Farnborough Air Show, with the announcement of its intent to order four Boeing 777 freighters with options for four...