Air Cargo

Air Cargo

News & Analysis

02 Dec 2022
Dismal November air cargo data has all but assured a weak end to 2022 with no sign of a seasonal uplift in demand or rate levels from an oversupplied market.
11 Dec 2012
The collapse of tourism and business travel since the start of the dispute between China and Japan over the Senkaku islets in September is creating freight opportunities for some carriers due to the dearth of direct cargo capacity.
10 Dec 2012
AMR Corporation, parent of American Airlines, reported a 0.8 percent increase year-over-year in system cargo ton miles for the month of November, at 145,028, up from 143,855 ton miles in the same month last year.
10 Dec 2012
Global air cargo traffic is set to grow at a five-year cumulative annual rate of 3 percent, and the U.S.
07 Dec 2012
The Luxembourg government said it will buy back Qatar Airways 35 percent stake in Cargolux and is negotiating with potent
07 Dec 2012
Air France-KLM ceded more air cargo market share to its European rivals in November as freight traffic declined 5.4 perce
06 Dec 2012
International Airlines Group, the merged British Airways-Iberia carrier, reported 525 million metric ton kilometers of cargo in November, a 1.7 percent decrease year-over-year.
05 Dec 2012
The European Union has threatened legal action and fines against member states for failing to implement rules to fuse the
04 Dec 2012
Logistics and mail services company DHL, part of Deutsche Post DHL, has opened an expanded 140,000 square foot airline facility at the Miami International Airport service center for shipments...
04 Dec 2012
Global air traffic organization International Air Transport Association today called on the European Commission, EU member states and Europe’s air navigation service providers to ensure that functional airspace blocs are delivering valuable results.
04 Dec 2012
London-based International Airlines Group today launched IAG Cargo as a single commercial entity, combining the networks of Iberia Cargo, British Airways World Cargo and bmi Cargo.
04 Dec 2012
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission charged package giant UPS with religious discrimination in a lawsuit filed on behalf a Jehovah’s Witness fired by the company.
03 Dec 2012
Luxembourg-based overland transportation company Wallenborn Transport today announced expansion in Belgium, the Netherlands and the U.K., including the opening of new offices Amsterdam and London...