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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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Kuehne + Nagel has launched KN PharmaChain, a new product that offers door-to-door temperature control, wireless temperature monitoring and a 24-hour alert system. KN PharmaChain... Read more
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Sluggish freight traffic in the Asia-Pacific, staggering fuel prices, and delays in Boeing 747-8F deliveries crippled Cargolux’s performance in 2011, according to company... Read more
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The European Commission has levied €169 million in fines to 14 freight forwarding groups for conspiring to fix cargo surcharges, among other activities, from 2002 to 2007. The U.S... Read more
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Singapore’s Changi Airport Group is launching an S$15 million initiative to boost airfreight volumes in the Asia-Pacific. Beginning April 1, freighters landing at Changi Airport... Read more
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The International Air Transport Association has downgraded its global profit forecast for 2012 from $3.5 billion to $3 billion amid escalating fuel prices. It’s a number that... Read more
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Operating expenses and jet fuel cost rose 28.77 percent and 44.02 percent, year-over-year, for Air China in 2011, leaving operating profit down 42.73 percent when compared to 2010... Read more
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Despite filing for bankruptcy in late November, American Airlines is in expansion mode, AA Cargo President Dave Brooks told Air Cargo World. Brooks, who also served as a... Read more
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After looking at South America through a microscope, examining taxation and regulatory issues in each country, Heavyweight Air Express will soon begin expansion into Chile,... Read more
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Airbus officials recently announced in Brussels that the European manufacturer will invest nearly €2 billion in environmental research and development. Christian Scherer, the... Read more
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Putting their differences aside, competitors Airbus, Boeing and Embraer have signed an MoU to collaborate on the development of aviation biofuels. In joint press releases, the... Read more
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Hanjin Logistics Europe B.V. has opened a new facility at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. The center, which includes both bonded and non-bonded warehousing, will serve as a Benelux... Read more
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The great unification experiment known as the Global Air Cargo Advisory Group now has a voice on the World Wide Web. IATA, TIACA, FIATA and the Global Shippers' Forum united... Read more
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Aveos Fleet Performance, a supplier of MRO services to Air Canada, has filed for protection under Canada's Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act, immediately ceasing all operations... Read more
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IATA’s push to get every country onto the e-airwaybill bandwagon — an initial, cautious step toward full e-freight implementation — lives and dies by the Warsaw Convention. The... Read more
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Officials from Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Ltd. have praised the Hong Kong government’s conditional approval of a third runway at Hong Kong International Airport. In a press... Read more
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