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Qatar Airways Cargo becomes a member of Cool Chain Association
Qatar Airways Cargo has extended its cool chain industry partnerships by joining Cool Chain Association (CCA), a non-profit organisation, effective 28 July 2021. Founded in…
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Volga-Dnepr Group is ready to review MC-21 freighter version
Last week during MAKS 2021, International Aviation and Space Salon held in Zhukovsky (Russia), Volga-Dnepr Group delegation headed by Chairman of the Board, Alexey Isaykin,…
TAP Air Cargo chooses CargoAi to deploy its capacity offers worldwide
• TAP Air Cargo’s offer is now available on CargoAi • The roll out starts with France, and then the United States and the full…
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Lufthansa Cargo markets freight capacities of Eurowings Discover
Additional belly capacities to Africa and the Caribbean with immediate effect
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LATAM Airlines renews cargo contract with WFS in Spain
LATAM Airlines has awarded Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) a cargo handling contract extension at Barcelona Airport.
Lufthansa Cargo modernizes infrastructure for Road Feeder Services at Frankfurt hub
Contract signed for renewal of RFS stacker as part of comprehensive infrastructure program
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Qatar Air ready to buy Boeing, Airbus freighters, urges launch
Qatar Airways Chief Executive Officer Akbar Al Baker said he’s ready to order wide-body freighter planes from Airbus SE or Boeing Co. within a month…
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American Airlines Cargo announces new Vice President, Operations
The appointment follows the retirement of former Operations leader David Vance after an impressive 34-year career at American Airlines.
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WorldACD: Trends for the past 5 weeks (wk 27)
In week 27, worldwide volume decreased by 5% compared with the previous week. Worldwide capacity increased by 2%.
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Cargo airline was being investigated before crash off Hawaii
The small Hawaii-based cargo operator that lost one of its planes July 2 when the pilots were forced to ditch it into the ocean after…