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The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration lifted its restrictions on U.S. airline flights into and out of Israel’s Ben Gurion Airport. The FAA canceled a Notice to Airmen that it had renewed earlier Wednesday. The cancellation took effect Wednesday at 11:... Read more
Air cargo markets continued to expand in June for Asia Pacific, according to preliminary traffic figures from the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA). For the region’s carriers, demand for air freighted goods continued to grow, helped by positive... Read more

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As more countries sign up to the Montreal Convention, the number of trade lanes open to electronic Customs filings will increase. But in an IATA media briefing this week, Des... Read more
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Russia’s Volga-Dnepr Airlines hauled key parts of the launch vehicle utilized for NASA’s historic, multibillion-dollar mission to Mars. The carrier, which has worked with NASA in... Read more
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The International Air Transport Association has downgraded its 2012 forecast for airline profits from $4.9 billion to $3.5 billion. The biggest reason for the downgrade appears to... Read more
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Randy Babbitt has resigned as chief of the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration halfway through his five-year term after being placed on administrative leave following his... Read more
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Early next year, non-members of IATA's Cargo 2000 program will be able to access the initiative's master operating plan. This open access will expand the range of Cargo 2000's... Read more
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Executives from the Global Air Cargo Advisory Group recently met with U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Alan Bersin and senior Transportation Security Administration... Read more
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The third quarter of fiscal 2012, which ended October 31, was rather profitable for UTi Worldwide Inc., despite weakening airfreight volumes. Revenues for the global freight... Read more
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As the demand for cargo in North America increases over the next 20 years, executives at Airbus see the need for around 400 new freighters. But this all-cargo bump is almost... Read more
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The Air Transport Association of America has changed its name to Airlines for America. The new moniker better conveys A4A’s mission to advocate on behalf of the American airline... Read more
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The ongoing saga between Boeing and the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers appears to be largely resolved. The parties have reached a tentative, four-... Read more
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In an address to attendees of the Arab Air Carriers Organization Annual General Meeting, International Air Transport Association Director General and CEO Tony Tyler praised the... Read more
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UPS, which opened five pharmaceutical facilities this year in the Americas, Europe and Asia, is continuing its pharma push with its acquisition of the Italian company Pieffe... Read more
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Apollo Freight has opened a 15,663-square-foot perishable center adjacent to Los Angeles International Airport. The facility, which is part of a new, 37,000-square-foot warehouse... Read more
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Swissport has invested more than €5 million to grow its cargo presence at Belgium’s Liege Airport. The money will be used to jump-start three initiatives, including expanding... Read more
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Move over, Pony Express. On December 4, FedEx will deploy its “Panda Express” services, transporting two giant panda bears from Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport to Scotland... Read more
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