Ground Handling & Cargo Terminals

  • THAILAND: Bangkok airport’s taxiways show cracks

    Airports of Thailand, the operatorof the US$4.1 billion Bangkok airportthat was opened four months ago, saidthe taxiway of its airport in the capitalis cracked and needs repairing. The cracks don’t affect the safety offlight operations at the Suvarnabhumiinternational airport...... Read More
  • Kerry, Citic in Macau logistics project

    Kerry Logistics and Citic Pacific’strading arm Dah Chong Hong havebeen invited by the Macau governmentto participate in the building andoperating of the former Portugueseenclave’s largest logistics centre, accordingto a South China Morning Postreport. The report cited an unnamed sourceas...... Read More
  • HONG KONG: Hongkong Post eyes mailing hub status

    Hongkong Post is planning to becomea mailing hub for the mainlandin a move that could bring it hundredsof millions of dollars a year, PostmasterGeneral Tam Wing-pong told theStandard newspaper. Tam, who took over the position inJuly, said the growing...... Read More
  • Menzies buys Gearey’s Aircraft Services

    Menzies Aviation has acquiredGearey’s Aircraft Services, a providerof cargo handling services at CalgaryInternational Airport. The private-held family business beganoperations in warehouse handlingalmost ten years ago. Their major customers are Westjet,America West and Continental, togetherwith Air North Yukon AirlinesFCS truck...... Read More
  • Ethiopian Airlines

    Ethiopian Airlines has wet-leasedtwo DC-10-30Fs from World Airways inearly 2007 for an Addis Ababa-Brusselsservice.... Read More
  • Dubai Flower Centre

    The Dubai Flower Centre (DFC),the Middle East’s centre for perishablegoods, is exploring China’s S$4.72billion horticultural products marketin order to widen its internationalreach and serve the Far-East Asianregion.... Read More
  • Pemco World Air Services

    Pemco World Air Services has signeda contract with Iceland-based cargooperator, Bluebird Cargo to converttwo B737-400s to freighters in 2007.The conversion will be carried out at STAECO in Jinan, China. The Chinesespecialist previously converted two 737-300s to freighters for Bluebird.... Read More