SIA Cargo posts operating profit for 2016 but to...
Singapore Airlines Cargo made an operating profit of S$3.1 million (US$2.2 million) in the 2016-2017 financial year,...
TIACA to support Indonesian air cargo industry
The International Air Cargo Association will work with the Indonesian National Air Carriers Association and other...
Six Boeing 777-300ERs joined the Swiss fleet in 2016, providing a boost in belly capacity. (Photo: Jeffrey Lee)
Swiss WorldCargo moves ahead with organizational...
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Saudia Cargo highlights perishables and pharma...
Saudia Cargo highlighted the importance of temperature-sensitive goods to its business by adopting a new booth concept...
APM Zeebrugge regains Asian connection
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Yusen Logistics signs up for CargoSmart Route...
Yusen Logistics Co., Ltd. has begun using the Route Master tool from shipping big data shipping software provider...
MOL Triumph calls at Hamburg
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KLM to launch Mumbai flight
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Oman Air Cargo selects ECS in Benelux
Oman Air Cargo has signed an agreement for ECS Group to be its sales partner in the Benelux region from April 2017....
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Japanese carriers ANA and JAL held their own in the cargo business in 2016, thanks in part to strong demand in the second half of the year. (Photo: Jeffrey Lee)
Japanese carriers hold their own in 2016
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Cathay launched a regular weekly 747-8F flight from Brisbane West Wellcamp to Hong Kong in November 2016. (Photo: Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport)
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