Air Freight News
Hong Kong Airport handled 2.1 million passengers in February
Hong Kong International Airport handled 2.1 million passengers last month, about 24 times that of February last year, airport authorities said in statement.
Germany faces travel chaos amid Lufthansa snags, strike
Deutsche Lufthansa AG said it cancelled some flights on Sunday due to technical issues, just hours before a major strike threatened to force most of…
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Biden trade chief says traditional agreements created problems
US Trade Representative Katherine Tai told lawmakers that some tariff-lowering agreements have made the US economy vulnerable, and the Biden administration wants to address the…
South Africa’s Transnet suspends iron-ore railway on storm damage
South African state-owned rail operator Transnet SOC Ltd. said it has suspended operations along its iron-ore corridor to Saldanha since Thursday due to bad weather.
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Aging shadow fleet carrying Russian oil poses disaster risk
The oil tanker Turba normally should have been melted down by now.
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Biden reaches moment of truth for electric vehicle tax credits
The auto world is about to learn where the administration stands on some of the toughest policy questions surrounding the transition to EVs.
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Biden broadband plan runs headlong into ‘Buy American’ mandate
It’s nearly impossible to bring fast internet to rural communities without electronic components that are made in foreign countries
US weighs energy sanctions on Myanmar hurting allies
The US is weighing sanctions on Myanmar’s state-owned oil and gas company to choke funding to the nation’s military regime, according to people with direct…
American Airlines suspends US-Spain flight due to Boeing 787 delays
American Airlines Group Inc. will temporarily suspend a route between the US and Spain because of ongoing delays in the delivery of Boeing Co. 787…
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Brazil pushes China for closer farm ties ahead of Lula’s visit
Hundreds of Brazilian agribusiness leaders flooded Beijing this week even before the arrival of President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who’s betting a high-stakes trip…