Air Freight News
Paris plans electric flying taxi routes in time for Olympics
France will begin testing electric air taxis in coming months at a hub outside Paris with the goal of having two dedicated flight paths to…
Shell sees major potential for sustainable aviation fuel in Asia
Royal Dutch Shell Plc is eyeing opportunities in sustainable aviation fuel and electric vehicle charging points in Asia as it reduces its oil refining operations…
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Instant air cargo booking goes fully mobile
Forwarders can now search, compare, and book air cargo on the world’s largest Digital Air Cargo platform anytime, anywhere, providing unparalleled customer service
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Walmart takes new step toward making aerial deliveries routine
Walmart Inc. is expanding its efforts to offer aerial deliveries to homes, joining with startup DroneUp LLC to began dropping off items ranging from cans…
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Flying-taxi startup Lilium sees opening to grab airline orders from rivals
German air-taxi startup Lilium GmbH sees potential to grab airline orders from competitors as the race to launch electric vertical takeoff and landing craft heats…
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New eMagic tool speeds up air cargo booking
eMagic uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools to process emails, texts, and images into standard data formats, reducing booking time from minutes to seconds
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CPaT announces new contract with Serene Air, Pakistan
CPaT Global, the world’s leading provider of distance learning for the airline and aviation industry, today announced they have been awarded a new contract by…
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Biden urges net-zero aviation by 2050 in huge leap beyond cars
President Joe Biden’s administration is targeting one of the tougher sources of climate-warming greenhouse gases with a plan that calls for the U.S. aviation sector…
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Aircraft keep flying higher, creating extra airspace capacity and burning less fuel, saving 1 million tons of CO2 per year
In their flight plans, aircraft request to cruise at an altitude (‘flight level’) that’s most efficient for them, so that they burn less fuel. When…
SpaceX touches down in Florida, returning 4 astronauts from ISS
SpaceX returned four astronauts from the International Space Station late Monday after NASA was forced to alter its crews’ launch and landing schedule due to…