ROAD feeder service (RFS) provider Mexpress, which offers bonded trucking between US and Mexican airports, has launched a new service from Columbus,...
- Mexpress starts new bonded trucking service between US-Mexican airports
- Air Astana removes business class seats to boost capacity for medical freight
KAZAKHSTAN's Air Astana has begun removing seats from its business class cabin to make room for medical cargo
- Volga-Dnepr delivers 48 Covid-19 sterilisation trucks to Dubai
MAJOR oversize and super-heavy cargo transportation provider, Volga-Dnepr Airlines of Russian, has operated six AN-124-100 charters, transporting 48...
- More backing for emotional care of sea-going crews
Deltalinqs, the Association of Rotterdam Shipbrokers and Agents, and the Port of Rotterdam Authority will encourage support to help organisations...
- Delta to retire Boeing 777 jets, warns of layoffs to stop cash burn
DELTA Air Lines is retiring its fleet of Boeing 777s, warning its pilots of layoffs as it faces collapse in the travel market, the result of the...
- British aviation queries flu quarantine as economically ruinous
BRITISH aviation executives question the scientific basis for the 14-day quarantine demanded of those arriving by air, reports the UK Guardian
- Malaysia Airlines returns to Schiphol after four years with cargo flights
MALAYSIA Airlines has returned to Schiphol for the first time since 2016 with its cargo arm announcing weekly freighter calls in May
- Air cargo capacity and rates continue to climb
AIRLINES have been continuing to respond to urgent demand for the transport of medical equipment by adding extra cargo capacity but this has not put...
- China's checks on PPE exports push up air cargo rates, capacity shortage worsens
THE Chinese Central Government's crackdown on poor quality medical exports has driven up air cargo costs and worsened congestion in South China
- Delta Air aims 50pc cut in daily cash burn by end-June
DELTA Air Lines Inc says it will reduce its daily cash burn by half by the end of June amid a collapse in travel demand
- US airlines get payroll injection of US$9.5b from federal fund
THE US Treasury Department has released US$9
- Bello: Nigeria Must Change from Primitive Clearance of Cargo
The Executive Secretary/CEO of the Nigerian Shippers Council, Mr. Hassan Bello, in this interview with THISDAY sister broadcast station, Arise TV,...
- Silkway West Airlines keeps flying cargo to China
SILKWAY West Airlines has been continuing to operate its scheduled and charter flights to China despite the outbreak of the coronavirus
- Taiwan's imports are increasingly hit by coronavirus-related delays
THE fruit and vegetable trade with Taiwan is being crippled by new quarantine measures, ports closures, ship delays and suspended air cargo flights,...
- Hawaiian cuts fuel burn flying optimum altitudes, taxiing on one engine
HAWAIIAN Airlines has managed to lower its annual jet fuel burn, despite geographical challenges, which result in additional obstacles to biofuel...
- Air-sea freight combination could ease virus-struck air cargo capacity squeeze
AIR and sea combined transportation solutions could help ease air freight capacity shortages and take the lid off freight rate spikes, as factories...
- Air cargo carriers struggle to operate in virus hit areas; pilot support is key
THE ability to move goods in and out of China by air could hinge on the willingness of freighter aircraft pilots to fly into key industrial cities...
- Swiss WorldCargo starts new service to Slovenia's capital
SWISS WorldCargo has started offering capacity on a new service to and from Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia
- American and Delta stop flights to China, widening virus disruption
AMERICAN Airlines has stopped flying to Beijing and Shanghai and will resume services on March 27 due to health concerns from the coronavirus...
- Kansas City airport has third busiest year in its history in 2019
MISSOURI's Kansas City International Airport air cargo tonnage in 2019 was down 0