Tag: cargo


  • IAG Cargo to operate B787 on London-Chennai route

    IAG Cargo’s pharmaceutical traffic is set to gain from the introduction of B787 passenger aircraft between London-Heathrow and the burgeoning Indian city of Chennai...

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  • Emirates SkyCargo boosts its capacity to Chicago

    New daily Chicago flight will further stimulate demand for cargo services to Dubai and onto Emirates worldwide network...

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  • Canada to screen cargo in passenger bellies

    In a move mirroring steps already well underway in the US, the Canadian government has announced a C$96 million (US$88.8 million) plan aimed at improving the security of Canadian air cargo, citing the potential for terrorist attacks......

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  • Cathay beefs up Miami service

    Cathay Pacific is set to add a fourth weekly cargo service to Miami as Asian exports to the US continue to recover. In its first year serving the destination, Cathay carried 13 859 tonnes of cargo into......

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  • Schipol launches ‘scan street’

    A new air cargo security project – Cargo Checkpoint – has been launched at Amsterdam Schiphol airport in the Netherlands. It uses a variety of systems to check cargo containers as they are driven through a so-called......

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  • Dubai Airport sees only slight cargo drop

    While much of the world is still realing from the sharp decline in cargo volumes, Dubai International Airport has recorded only a small decline in cargo throughput of 0.76 per cent for the first six months of......

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  • US anti-trust restrictions lifted for AF-KLM

    Air France Cargo and KLM Cargo have announced the integration of their commercial activities in the US, effective 1 October as a result of US regulators lifting anti-trust restrictions that had previously prevented such an integration. This......

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  • “Brutal” cargo market, but AF-KLM cargo stabilising

    The head of Air France-KLM said last week that Europe’s biggest airline is considering part-time jobs or temporary layoffs to combat the “brutal” situation in cargo and passenger demand. “Air France-KLM must remain competitive. I haven’t excluded......

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  • Cargo decline slows in June at Frankfurt

    Europe’s busiest air cargo hub, Frankfurt airport, has reported a slowing decline in cargo traffic in June. Frankfurt handled 148,211 tonnes of cargo in June, a 16.5 per cent drop from a year earlier that followed year-on-year......

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  • Heathrow sees June cargo improvement

    London Heathrow reported a drop in cargo traffic of 14.5 per cent in June from a year ago to 103,400 tonnes, an improvement on the 19.2 per cent drop in May. London Stansted, similarly reported a traffic......

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