CEVA opens Myanmar office
CEVA Logistics has launched an office in Yangon as part of its strategic expansion in emerging markets in the Mekong...
Virgin Atlantic appoints new MD of cargo
Virgin Atlantic has appointed David Geer as its new managing director of cargo. Geer succeeds John Lloyd, who has led...
PACTL plans to expand its name and scope of business beyond Shanghai. It now already has a joint venture in a cargo facility at Nantong Xindong Airport. (Photo: PACTL)
PACTL turns eye beyond Shanghai
Having settled into his new role as vice president of Shanghai International Airport Cargo Terminal
GECAS to convert 30 more 737-800s
GE Capital Aviation Services will convert an additional Boeing 737-800s into freighters. According to GECAS, all the...
Turkish Cargo launches freighter service to Paris
Turkish Cargo has launched a scheduled freighter flight between Istanbul and Paris. The new weekly flight is operated...
Hamburg Süd to meet GDP requirements ...
Hamburg Süd will meet the requirements set out in the European Commission’s Good Distribution Practic...
SEKO introduces SmartSlips to replace delivery...
SEKO Logistics has partnered with Retain.me to use its SmartSlips technology as a replacement for the traditional...
Ethiopian orders two more 777Fs
Ethiopian Airlines has signed a commitment at the Paris Air Show 2017 to order two Boeing 777 Freighters. The airline...
Etihad Airways Engineering outsources logistics...
Etihad Airways Engineering has signed a letter of intent outsourcing all its internal logistics functions to DHL Supply...
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Etihad is using its own metal and developing partnerships with other airlines to grow, strategies which it believes are complementary and can go hand in hand, especially at a time when competition is tough and yields are down. (Photo: Etihad Airways)
Etihad Cargo to grow through partnerships
Despite large numbers of upcoming aircraft deliveries, Etihad Airways is looking to grow its cargo
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...
After what was a challenging year for the industry at large, Swiss WorldCargo is certain that the
There has been a good start to the year for air cargo, according to the International Air Transport Association. (Photo: Jeffrey Lee)
IATA expects more air freight growth
After five years of sluggish growth, the global economy will finally begin to pick up this year,
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