Air Canada, KLM, Japan Airlines, Cathay Pacific and Cargolux Airlines International have all appealed fines levied to the carriers last November by the European Commission, according to the Court of Justice of the European Union. A total of 11 carriers were fined nearly €800 million for their alleged roles in an airfreight cartel.
India’s Civil Aviation Economic Advisory Council has set up a working group to study the country’s air cargo industry and recommend the best way to handle expected future growth.
Total air cargo tonnage at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport increased by 17.05 percent in 2010.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA), The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and OAG Cargo have launched DG Online, a database of regulations and information regarding the air transport of dangerous goods.
Aramex, the Jordan-based global logistics and transportation solutions provider, saw significant expansion in emerging markets in 2010.
Budapest’s Ferihegy Airport (BUD) will more than double its cargo-handling capacity when it opens its new 250,000-tonne Cargo City.
LIAT (Leewards Islands Air Transport) has officially launched its intra-Caribbean cargo service at an event in Barbados.
Italian designer leather goods, fashion items and a black Ferrari were among the goods on board Cargoitalia’s inaugural flight to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
The International Air Transport Association is fixing its eye on Singapore, pledging to work with the country’s government to strengthen aviation in the Asia-Pacific region.