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  • 01 Apr 2007

    Kuwait appeals for Asian carriers

    Kuwait freight forwarders are hopefulthat government open skies initiativesintroduced in December will attract morecarriers from the Far East and Africa toKuwait International Airport, accordingto Iqbal Qureshi, CEO of Bahman AviationShipping and Logistics. "Currently most of the 43 carrierswho serve...... Read More
  • 01 Apr 2007

    Kuzu seeks new A300B4 customer

    Kuzu Airlines of Turkey is looking fora new customer for A300B4 it currentlyhas on wet-lease to China Eastern oncethat contract expires in November. TheChinese carrier is getting its own A300-600 conversions. Kuzu’s other customeris Air Macau, for which it...... Read More
  • 01 Apr 2007

    Austrian airport hopeful of Middle East link

    Linz Blue Danube Airport in the centre-north of Austria is close to securing aMiddle Eastern freighter operator, its airlinemarketing and cargo developmentmanager, Dieter Pammer, said. "We have a carrier interested inscheduled charter services with a stopin Austria and they...... Read More
  • 01 Apr 2007

    Middle East operators sign up for Air Freight Asia 2007

    The Air Freight Asia 2007 exhibition,which will be co-located with theAsian Aerospace 2007 Expo & Congressat the AsiaWorld-Expo facilities at HongKong International Airport, is headingfor a sell-out with leading global airfreight players confirming space at the13th edition of the...... Read More
  • 01 Apr 2007

    Two-day conference to discuss future of air cargo industry

    As an intrinsic part of the Air FreightAsia event, this year¡¯s conference willagain attract a wide range of speakersfrom various segments of the aircargo industry, who in three differentsessions, will present their ideas andvisions about the future of air...... Read More
  • 01 Apr 2007

    Leading air cargo players join AFA 2007

    In the past few weeks, severalleading players in the cargo industryhave confirmed their presenceat the AFA 2007 exhibition. Amongthem is Dubai Logistics City, whichwill bring a 50 sqm mock-up ofone of the most sensational andfuturistic plans of this decade,...... Read More
  • 01 Apr 2007

    Lufthansa Cargo’s new chairman in a hurry

    The German carrier's new cargo boss is an ambitious careerist, who is looking to achieve rapid results, Peter Conway reports from Frankfurt.... Read More
  • 01 Apr 2007

    Utilicraft Aerospace to market freighter

    US-based Utilicraft Aerospace Industrieshas begun its campaign to solicitpre-production sales and leasing ordersfor the FF-1080-300ER freight feederaircraft. Initial discussions have begun withseveral unsolicited international carriersbased in the Middle East, Africaand India – all rapidly expanding aircargo markets. The FF-1080-300ER...... Read More
  • 01 Apr 2007

    Aerobox finds new financing

    AeroBox Composite Structures LLC(ACS), which filed for bankruptcy protectionunder Chapter 11 in January,has achieved a major milestone in itsprocess to re-organise when the US FederalBankruptcy Court in Albuquerque,New Mexico approved Debtor-In-Possessionfinancing that enables theCompany to continue to trade. Posterus...... Read More
  • 01 Apr 2007

    Skycooler signs repair contracts

    Skycooler, the cool container leasingcompany, said that it has signed contractswith Hong Kong based GroundSupport Engineering Limited (GSEL)and Airbase (Canada) to provide repairservices for its SKYcooler temperaturecontrolled cool containers. Skycooler CEO Graham Walters said:“Our partnership with these companiesis an...... Read More