Air Cargo

Air Cargo

News & Analysis

13 Aug 2020
Rising outbreaks of the coronavirus are keeping travel restrictions in place, preventing airlines from reactivating their grounded international capacity and severely restricting available freight space.
08 Feb 2011
DHL’s Angelos Orfanos discusses life sciences and health care supply chains.
08 Feb 2011
Toll Global Forwarding Americas relocated their corporate headquarters to Springfield Gardens, N.Y. and opened branch offices in Philadelphia and Atlanta.
08 Feb 2011
Freight tonnage at New York’s John F.
08 Feb 2011
Kintetsu World Express, Japan's second-largest international forwarder, said its net profit surged 103.4 percent in the nine months ending Dec. 31 from a year earlier to $79.6 million.
06 Feb 2011
Active CC Boxes has opened a depot Frankfurt, Germany, to handle its Kodiak™ reusable shipping containers, cutting repositioning costs for shippers and the company.
04 Feb 2011
Air freight prices out of Asia plunged 31.9 percent year-over-year in December to their lowest point in 15 months, according to the
03 Feb 2011
Air chartering company Chapman Freeborn said it expects increased demand for aircraft to evacuate foreign nationals from Egypt in the coming days.
03 Feb 2011
Nippon Express, Japan's largest freight forwarder, said its net profit plunged 21.9 percent in the first nine months of fiscal 2010, which started in April, from a year earlier to $123.2 million.
02 Feb 2011
TNT, the Dutch express delivery and mail company, warned severe weather, strikes and integration costs will shrink its fourth quarter 2010 operating profit by around $62 million.
02 Feb 2011
Global air cargo traffic surged by over a fifth in 2010 from the previous year, driven by a rebound in international trade, the International Air Transportation Association said.
01 Feb 2011
Cargo traffic for Asia-Pacific airlines grew 24.2 percent in 2010 in a strong rebound that pushed freight business to a new record far beyond the pre-recession levels, according to the Association of
01 Feb 2011
A big gain in domestic package business along with tight cost controls drove UPS to its strongest profit in four years in 2010, a $3.49 billion net profit that was 62.1 percent better than the year be
01 Feb 2011
Yusen Logistics boosted net profit 125 percent year-over-year to $34.9 million in the first nine months of fiscal 2010 with the absorption of NYK Logistics.
01 Feb 2011
Cosco and its Piraeus Container Terminal management will work with the Athens International Airport to build sea-air business by speeding up cargo connections between the Greek seaport and the airport
31 Jan 2011
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano is gathering international support for an all-modes "trusted shipper"
31 Jan 2011
Japan's All Nippon Airways swung to a net profit of $457.3 million in the first nine months of fiscal 2010, compared with a net loss of $428.1 million a year earlier.
31 Jan 2011
Freighter operator Southern Air named Robert L.
31 Jan 2011
It’s not quite 2008 again, but heads up: After two years of relative stability, transportation fuel prices are creeping back up, raising costs across the supply chain and concerns that the heavi
28 Jan 2011
Cargo volume at London Heathrow Airport tumbled 9.4 percent in December as a series of winter storms and tougher year-over-year comparisons halted the airport’s year of strong gains in freight handlin
28 Jan 2011
Ocean World Lines, an NVOCC subsidiary of freight transportation and logistics provider Pacer International, opened an office in Szczecin, Poland.
28 Jan 2011
Damco, the logistics unit of A.P. Moller-Maersk, formed a joint venture with General Holding Corporation to provide logistics and forwarding services to the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.
27 Jan 2011
Korean Air, the world’s largest international freight airline, said Thursday its cargo revenue grew 1.9 percent in 2010 to $863 million, and it will meet the improving market with increased capacity i
26 Jan 2011
Cargolux said Wednesday it will appeal the European Union’s $109 million fine for participating in an international price fixing cartel, making the all-cargo carrier the second airline to formal
25 Jan 2011
The U.S. Postal Service saved $5 million in 2010 by reducing energy, water, solid waste to landfills and petroleum fuel use.
24 Jan 2011
Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings will add two 747-400 freighters to its agreement with DHL Express, sharply raising capacity on trans-Pacific routes.
24 Jan 2011
An explosion that ripped through a baggage claim area at Moscow's Domodedovo Airport on Monday killed at least 35 people,
23 Jan 2011
Monthly year-over-year percent change in total scheduled international freight traffic and capacity.
23 Jan 2011
Monthly year-over-year percent change in scheduled international freight traffic and capacity in the Middle East trade lane.
21 Jan 2011
The Transportation Security Administration wants to complete a network of international agree
20 Jan 2011
Singapore Changi Airport reported an 11 percent increase in freight tonnage in 2010 over the previous year. That still left cargo volume at the major Asia gateway behind pre-recession levels.
17 Jan 2011
Cargoitalia, the Italian all-cargo airline, will launch an MD-11 freighter service between Milan and Atlanta on Feb. 2.
17 Jan 2011
Japan's All Nippon Airways said its international cargo volume rose for the 15th consecutive month in November, soaring 29.2 percent on a year-on-year basis to 45,659 tons.
17 Jan 2011
House Republicans are wasting no time asserting their new majority on transportation programs.
14 Jan 2011
Patrick R. Donahoe Jan. 14 took the oath of office as the 73rd Postmaster General of the United States. He vowed to return the U.S.
14 Jan 2011
Growth in personal computer shipments worldwide slowed down sharply in the fourth quarter, expanding 3.1 percent over the year before, under growing competition from other media devices, according to