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Melbourne Airport reported that it was the only major Australian airport to increase airfreight imports and exports over the past year. The airport provided an overview of its performance to an audience of more than 700 people from business, government... Read more
Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) continued to see upswings in freight in August. Cargo throughput grew by 8.8 percent to 366,000 tonnes. Flight movements had a 4 percent increase to 33,700, achieving a new monthly high for the second month in a row... Read more

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The Indian government has formed an air cargo group to push for air cargo facility development at airports in the country, set quality and performance standards for air cargo and... Read more
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Emirates SkyCargo flew more than 25,000 tonnes of freight in the last year on passenger flights in and out of Buenos Aires-Rio de Janeiro and on its freighter service to Sao Paulo... Read more
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Etihad Crystal Cargo has extended its partnership with World Airways via a multiyear contract. Under the new agreement, World Airways will provide Etihad with two MD-11 freighters... 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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FedEx has opened a S$97-million hub at Singapore Changi Airport, a move that will enhance its operations in Southeast Asia and boost access to global markets. The hub, which is... Read more
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Turkish Cargo will commence twice-weekly freighter flights to Mitiga Airport in Libya on January 8. The flights, which will be performed on A310 and A330-200 freighters, will be... 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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The December/January 2012 issue of Air Cargo World will include interviews with the top air cargo executives of 2011. Des Vertannnes, IATA's cargo head, is profiled, along with... Read more
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Oak Hill Capital Partners has invested $55 million in Southern Air. Oak Hill Capital, which was served as Southern Air’s majority investor since 2007, will provide the resources... Read more
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According to a Reuters report, the global economic downturn has promoted the U.S. Department of Justice to be more lenient with carriers charged with coordinating fuel surcharges... Read more
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Six months after the Civil Aviation Administration of China gave CDI Cargo Airlines the green light to launch operations, the carrier has commenced B737-300 service from its... Read more
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Etihad Crystal Cargo experienced a 16-percent, year-over-year, tonnage increase in the third quarter of 2011. The carrier's revenue rose during the quarter from $131 million to $... Read more
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Only two full months into the new year, activity at Schiphol airport is already picking up.  Turf for a new 45-acre Schiphol Logistics Park has just been cut, and the airport's... Read more
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Despite a 15 percent, year-over-year, decline in Asian freight traffic, Schiphol Airport’s first-quarter numbers only dropped modestly from 2011. The Amsterdam airport handled 358... Read more
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The Airport Authority Hong Kong, along with 40 of its business partners, signed a pledge on May 8 to make Hong Kong International Airport the greenest airport in the world. This... Read more
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