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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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In an address to attendees of the recent Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation USA 2011 conference, The International Air Cargo Association Secretary General Daniel Fernandez... Read more
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MASKargo will commence weekly A330 freighter services to Karagandy International Airport in Kazakhstan starting Oct. 30, securing a solid bridge into the Russian market. When the... Read more
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Freight volumes fell considerably in August, according to International Air Transport Association data. Although several regions experienced year-over-year declines, the losses... Read more
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China Southern Airlines has launched twice-weekly B777F service from Amsterdam to Chongqing. It’s a freight route that has numerous implications for Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, as... Read more
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Lufthansa Consulting officials, in conjunction with representatives from Khabarovsk Novy Airport (KHV) and Sheremetyevo International Airport, have finalized their strategy to... Read more
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Korean Air will offer twice-weekly B747 freighter services from Incheon International Airport to Chendgu starting Sept. 21. Executives at Korean Air said demand for these new... Read more
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Etihad Crystal Cargo has made history with the signage of its MoU with the WCA Family, a global network of independent freight forwarders representing more than 640 ports and... Read more
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Six Japanese freight forwarders have pleaded guilty in the U.S. Department of Justice's ongoing air cargo price-fixing investigation and will be fined a total of $46.8 million.... Read more
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Emirates officials announced plans to launch daily, nonstop service from the airline's Dubai hub to both Dallas/Fort Worth Airport and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.... Read more
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AviancaTaca has ordered four A330-200 freighters from Airbus, making it the first Latin American carrier to commit to the freighter. Tampa, AviancaTaca's cargo subsidiary, will... Read more
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Tony Tyler, the director general and CEO of the International Air Transport Association, has spoken out about the extremely divisive European Union Emissions Trading Scheme and... Read more
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With the commencement of China Cargo’s services on September 23, Lambert-St. Louis International Airport made progress in establishing what airport officials refer to as the... Read more
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After more than three years of delays, Boeing delivered the first 787 Dreamliner to Japan’s All Nippon Airways on Monday. It was a delivery met with much fanfare, as a crowd of... Read more
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Despite heightened passenger traffic, August cargo volumes fell considerably for Asia-Pacific carriers, with tonnage dropping 5.8 percent, year-over-year. These losses, combined... Read more
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Ukraine International Airlines’ cargo division is addressing the region’s notable economic growth with the launch of three new routes. Commencing in the fourth quarter of 2011,... Read more
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