Emirates SkyCargo wins Best Air Cargo Carrier
Pakistan Daily Times
Emirates SkyCargo wins Best Air Cargo Carrier. KARACHI: Emirates SkyCargo the freight division of Emirates has cemented its position as a leading global player in air cargo industry by winning the 'Best Air Cargo Carrier Middle East' award for the 18th ...
Asia Pacific cargo demand remains stagnant
International air cargo markets remained weak in April, according to figures from the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines. Asia Pacific carriers' international air cargo demand, as measured in freight tonne kilometers, declined by 0.8 percent compared ...
April traffic growth caps strong start to 2013 for Asia Pacific airlines
China leads modest air freight recovery as Air Cargo Germany enters final chapter
The air freight market is currently in a weak yet stable condition, according to carriers and consultancies. Drewry's east-west air freight price index for April revealed that all-in rates (for standard deferred airport-to-airport services), over 21 ...
Air T, Inc. Announces Annual Cash Dividend
PR Newswire (press release)
Air T through its subsidiaries, provides overnight air freight service to the express delivery industry, and manufactures, sells and services aircraft ground support and special purpose industrial equipment. Air T is one of the largest, small-aircraft ...
Emirates Sky Cargo wins Cargo Airline of the Year
Times of Malta
Emirates Sky Cargo, the freight division of Emirates, has won Cargo Airline of the Year 2013 at Air Cargo News' awards evening. The airline was also named Best Middle East Cargo Airline for the 25th consecutive year. Emirates Sky Cargo received the ...
The week in brief
Royal Brunei Airlines (pictured above) signed a worldwide cargo partnership agreement with Air Logistics Sdn Bhd, a joint venture company between BIACC Sdn Bhd and Air Logistics Networks Limited, a UK-based company and a subsidiary of Air Logistics ...
Airfreight packaging must be approved by FAA
Whether it be a refrigerated container, a small logging device placed inside or on the outside of a box, package, or container, if the device has not been specifically approved to be active during transport by the air operator, then it is not permitted ...
How Seriously Should We Take the Dulles-Air Cargo Hype?
My sense is that all the talk of boosting air cargo at Dulles is purely aspirational — it's something that Dulles officials and economic developers would like to see happen. Building the road would make it a lot easier to get a conversation going with ...
Swiss International flies Zurich-Singapore route
This new daily service, which is being operated with an Airbus A340-300, offers Swiss WorldCargo's customers significant airfreight capacity in both directions. “We're very proud to reconnect our global network to one of Asia's most vibrant economic ...
Airfreight faces a new normal
The airfreight industry is going through a series of changes, which is resulting in a “new normal” for the sector rather than just a cyclical change. That was the observation offered by Michael L. Ducker, COO and president, International for FedEx ...