• Kales reports strong demand for Great Wall

    Demand for Great Wall Airlines’B747 freighter service out of Amsterdamhas bounced back rapidly followingits resumption of services on 25January, according to its GSA in theNetherlands, France, Italy and Switzerland,Kales Group. Owner Peter Kales says the flightswere already 50 percent...... Read More
  • INFA, Asperindo refuse flawed income tax policy

    The Indonesian Forwarders’ Association (INFA), Indonesian Express Delivery Companies’ Association and seven other associations of service-providing companies have rejected Indonesia’s new income tax policy, which became effective on January 1. Asperindo chairman Johari Zein said the new income tax...... Read More
  • HONG KONG: Customs reviews apparel shipments

    The United States Association ofImporters of Textiles and Apparel(USA-ITA) last month issued a bulletinto its members stating that reports fromimporters indicate that the Bureauof Customs and Border Protection(Customs, CBP) is closely monitoringdocumentation for shipments of apparelfrom Hong Kong. USA-ITA...... Read More
  • AeroTechnology to enter Moscow market

    AeroTechnology, an exclusive agentof Finnair Cargo in the Russian Federation,is to enter the Moscow airfreightservice market. It is expected that thenew office will enable the companyto increase the cargo traffic volumethreefold. AeroTechnology intends to furtherdevelop its geography in Russia...... Read More
  • TAFA to host FAPAA ECM/AGM in Bangkok

    This year’s 35th Executive Council Meeting (ECM) and Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Federation of Asia Pacific Aircargo Agents Associations (FAPAA) will be hosted by the Thailand Airfreight Forwarders Association (TAFA). The event will take place in Bangkok,...... Read More
  • SINGAPORE: Changi Airport, Tata ink joint venture

    Singapore’s Changi Airports andIndia’s conglomerate Tata Group haveset up a joint venture to bid for contractsto run the fast-growing airportsin Kolkata and Chennai. Changi Airports International, astate-owned airport developer, said ina statement that Tata would hold 51percent of the...... Read More
  • Air Logistics suffers Indian setback

    Air Logistics has suffered a setbackin its Indian operation due to the cancellationof A330 passenger services toMumbai by British airline bmi. The carrier suspended flights on theroute in early October when a serioustechnical problem was found on theA330-200 that...... Read More
  • Thai Airways

    Thai Airways said it will buy eight A330-200s to cover a shortfall in capacity resulting from the A380 delays. The airline will receive its A380s in 2011 instead of 2009.... Read More
  • Expolanka looks to Africa

    Hong Kong, Dubai, Frankfurt, andMiami might be the typical itineraryof an air cargo executive, but HanifYusoof’s travel plans reveal the verydifferent focus of his company. As president of Sri Lankan-basedconglomerate, Expolanka Group, heplans to visit Ivory Coast, Nigeria, Benin,Togo,...... Read More
  • Yusen Air & Sea Service

    Yusen Air & Sea Service said it has opened a new branch in Brisbane. It is Yusen’s third base in Australia after Sydney and Melbourne.... Read More