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MIAMI – After five years of false starts and discouraging setbacks, the recent string of positive economic indicators for the cargo industry from IATA, ACMG, Boeing, Airbus and others at the start of peak season gave the opening session of the Cargo... Read more
MIAMI – Even in the worst-case scenario, there will be a rising demand for freighter aircraft over the next 20 years, according to the most recent forecast by Seattle’s Air Cargo Management Group (ACMG). Speaking at yesterday’s ACMG Workshop session... Read more

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Cathay Pacific has postponed delivery of two Boeing 747-8F aircraft from 2012 to 2013 in response to softer freight volumes out of the Asia-Pacific. What’s more, the Hong Kong... Read more
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The cargo division of First Air has responded to food shortage claims by residents of the Grise Fiord, an Inuit village in Nunavut, Canada, by saying all its shipments are being... Read more
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The Court of Justice of the European Union has ruled that the EU's emissions trading scheme is legal when applied to the aviation industry. A group consisting of American Airlines... Read more
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Whether it is the fuselage skin of an aircraft or corrosion pitting on industrial couplings, it is critical to evaluate the severity of mechanical damage to stress-bearing parts.... Read more
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November cargo volume at Hong Kong International Airport experienced a 6.6-percent, year-over-year, decline. Officials blamed the slumping cargo numbers on a 10-percent drop in... Read more
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Qantas has reached a pay deal with the Australian Licensed Aircraft Engineers Association, one of the three unions it has been battling since mid-2010. Under the proposed... Read more
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The European Shippers Council has expressed concern about the far-reaching implications of the European Commission’s regulation surrounding cargo screening, which goes into effect... Read more
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The low-cost carrier flydubai will launch flydubai Cargo on January 1, offering routings to the carrier's current 46 destinations and adding services to India and Pakistan. The... Read more
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Berlin Brandenburg Airport has entered the home stretch in its construction phase. Slated for a June 3 launch date, Brandenburg Airport will replace Berlin’s Schoenefeld and Tegel... Read more
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As 2011 draws to a close, a handful of air cargo leaders have taken the time to reflect on a tumultuous year. From supply chains ravaged by the Japanese tsunami to economic... Read more
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DHL Supply Chain has implemented a standardized warehouse-management system at its locations around the globe. Developed by RedPrairie Corp., the warehouse-management system and... Read more
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In an effort to modernize its fleet, FedEx Express has ordered 27 Boeing 767-300 freighters, along with exercising options for two additional 777Fs. The first three 767s will... Read more
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Last month was rather difficult for European carriers, with Air France-KLM posting an 8.1 percent, year-over-year, drop in cargo revenue-tonne kilometers. Although IAG Cargo... Read more
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By early summer,  The Indian Ministry of Civil Aviation will release a new, 10-year aviation policy that addresses private-sector investments and will emphasize air cargo... Read more
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Chapman Freeborn has been making a push to remind customers that air cargo isn’t just about large pallets on massive freighters — it’s also the little stuff. According to the... Read more
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