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DFW becomes the first carbon neutral airport in North America

By Dan Boaz | Aug 9, 2016

For many years DFW ( Dallas-Fort Worth International) has been a leader in both international and domestic air freight. Now the important hub for the both passengers and the air freight industry has an additional claim to fame as DFW has officially become the first carbon neutral airport in North America.

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Top 25 Global Air Freight carriers show 4.3% growth in demand in 2015

By Dan Boaz | Jul 8, 2016

There were few changes to the latest list of the world's top 25 busiest air cargo carriers with the top five spots staying identical to a year earlier. Once more Federal Express top the list followed by Emirates and UPS, with the bulk of the top 15

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Air Freight demand continues to grow in Texas

By Dan Boaz | May 24, 2016

Texas is experiencing growing overall demand for air freight services and capacity to and from the Lone Star state, d espite a difficult year for the oil and gas sector. Air Freight volume is dominated by operations at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport and Houston Intercontinental Airport in terms of tonnage and demand remains healthy statewide.

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Rescued lions return home to South Africa via an air cargo charter flight

By Dan Boaz | May 6, 2016

Air Freight services play a critical role in shipping supplies and equipment around the world to help keep industry and businesses ticking over but sometimes you learn about an air cargo charter being arranged for a less conventional but incredibly worthwhile cause.

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FAA study projects healthy growth for Air Freight industry

By Dan Boaz | May 3, 2016

News that will be welcomed throughout the Air Freight industry comes from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) who have posted very encouraging  growth projections for the sector. According to their annual market review and forecast, they anticipate that total air cargo traffic, which they measure in revenue tonne kilometers (RTKs), will grow by some 4.5 percent in 2016.

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