Air Freight News
Why United Most Likely Won’t Lose Altitude in China
By mid-afternoon Tuesday, Chinese online anger at United Airlines was running so hot that the hashtag #UnitedForcesPassengerOffPlane was receiving 20 million views per hour on…
SAS Chief Mulls Next Round of Cost Cuts Amid Low-Cost Squeeze
Scandinavian Airlines parent SAS AB is looking at paring office jobs and introducing seasonal working while finalizing plans to base jets abroad as it moves…
PR Nightmares: United Seat Fiasco Among Worst Corporate Gaffes
When it comes to bad public relations, it’s pretty tough to top the sight of a United Airlines passenger being dragged, bloodied and screaming, from…
American Airlines Revenue Measure Signals Pricing Power Recovery
American Airlines Group Inc. said a closely watched revenue measure rose more than expected in the first quarter, signaling that a long-awaited recovery in average…
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Taipei joins AirBridgeCargo’s fast-growing Asia Pacific network
AirBridgeCargo Airlines has launched its twelfth online destination in Asia Pacific with twice-weekly Boeing 747 freighter services to Taipei.
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LATAM Cargo announces new CEO
The leadership of LATAM Airlines Group’s cargo business will be assumed by Andrés Bianchi, current Senior VP of Sales for North America, Europe and Asia.
Swiss WorldCargo appoints Alexandra Dahl-Augustin as Head of Marketing and Communications
Swiss WorldCargo, the airfreight division of Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS), has announced the appointment of Alexandra Dahl-Augustin as the new Senior Manager Head of…
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Turkish Cargo: Brussels Cold Chain Supply Systems and Solutions Event
The 6th of annual Cool Chain Supply Systems and Solutions event was held this year in Brussels. Merchandisers and service providers which are related to…
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Turkish Cargo continues to reward its business partners
Starting with the first passenger flight of Turkish Cargo in January 2011, our Guangzhou adventure continues with daily Boeing-777 flights and today 3 times per…
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Turkish Cargo launched cargo flights to Oslo Airport
The flights are being operated twice a week on Tuesdays and Fridays by an Airbus A330-200F, collecting Norwegian seafood for delivery to destinations around the…