• Hong Kong’s Sept cargo falls 6%

    Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA), the world’s busiest air cargo hub, posted a 6.1 per cent decline in September cargo volumes as the European and US economic slowdown dampens consumer demand for high-value exports from Asia, especially China.... Read More
  • Whither the peak season?

    With the latest statistics out from both the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) confirming what has been more and more evident with each passing month to the air cargo industry, it...... Read More
  • E-freight: Has its time come?

    It would be fair to say that things have never looked better for the much maligned, heavily criticised and quite frankly, often misunderstood, e-freight initiative.... Read More
  • Air freight continues decline, down 4.7% in Oct

    The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has released global traffic figures for October showing cargo demand down 4.7 per cent below the same month in 2010 .... Read More
  • Indonesia : IATA urges Indonesia to address safety issues

    The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has called on Indonesia to implement coordinated policy measures to reap the economic and social benefits of a successful aviation industry.... Read More
  • WFS gets first NAmerican IATA ISAGO cert

    WFS gets first NAmerican IATA ISAGO cert... Read More
  • Bangkok Flight Services awarded IATA ISAGO

    Bangkok Flight Services (BFS), following the successful completion of its Corporate and Station audit in Bangkok, Thailand, has been awarded the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Safety Audit for Ground Operations (ISAGO).... Read More
  • Small can be beautiful

    In the world of big, slick and well-moneyed it's sometimes the low key, unobtrusive things that leave the most meaningful impact on one's mind.... Read More
  • IATA halves 2011 industry profit forecast

    IATA has more than halved its industry net profits forecast to US$4 billion citing higher fuel costs, unrest in the Middle East and Africa and natural disasters in Japan. The airline body has downgraded its profits expectations for the...... Read More
  • April cargo growth up on March: IATA

    The latest figures from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) indicate that worldwide air freight markets (domestic and international) grew by 3.3 per cent in April, up from 1.3 per cent in March. On international air freight markets the...... Read More