Air India and Air New Zealand are the last two defendants in a long-running antitrust litigation brought against nearly 30 providers of air cargo services, but a nasty surprise could be in store for the carriers in a trial scheduled for September.
13 Jul 2015
Shippers seeking damages from cargo airlines accused of price-fixing have been granted class-action status, allowing hundreds of thousands of people to seek damages against the airlines.
25 Sep 2013
Gati has won its arbitration proceedings against Air India and will receive 268.2 million rupees towards claims, damages, interest and costs from the Indian airline.
16 Mar 2012
The Senate could vote as early as Tuesday on a jobs bill that includes an amendment reauthorizing the Export-Import Bank of the United States, John Hardy Jr., president of the Coalition of Employment
13 Jan 2012
More Asian air cargo carriers will remove capacity this week year as export traffic remains week, said industry executives.