Air Freight News
Turkish Airlines Plans Revival by 2018 After Terror Prompts Loss
Turkish Airlines is targeting a return to its earlier pace of gains in passenger numbers by next year as the effects of terrorism and political…
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United Airlines Employees Rally to Protect U.S. Aviation Jobs
United Airlines employees, union representatives and members of Congress rallied at Newark Liberty International Airport to support U.S. aviation jobs in the face of Emirates…
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LATAM Airlines Group reports preliminary monthly statistics for February 2017
LATAM Airlines Group S.A. and its subsidiaries reported its preliminary monthly traffic statistics for February 2017 compared to February 2016.
Southwest Airlines Reports February Traffic
Southwest Airlines Co. reported its February and year-to-date preliminary traffic statistics.
American Airlines Strikes at United Hub With New Chicago Routes
American Airlines Group Inc. is adding new flight destinations from its Chicago hub less than two weeks after United Continental Holdings Inc. announced a similar…
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Lufthansa Cargo honours Premium Road Partners
Superb cooperation with forwarders recognised
Emirates Chief Warns of `Gathering Storm’ From Discount Rivals
Emirates President Tim Clark said he’s bracing for a “gathering storm” as low-cost airlines encroach on the inter-continental routes around which the biggest long-haul carrier…
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Qatar’s Strategy Is Savvy as Indian Skies Crowd Over: Gadfly
In Qatar Airways Ltd.'s decision to set up a brand new short-haul carrier in India, there's a hint of commercial savvy that goes back a…
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Qatar Air Plans to Establish Indian Carrier With 100 Planes
Qatar Airways Ltd. plans to set up a short-haul airline in India with a fleet of 100 narrow-body planes, renewing a push to gain a…
Air France-KLM to BA Said to Face Renewed EU Antitrust Fines
Air France-KLM Group, British Airways and a handful of other carriers may face multimillion-euro antitrust fines from European Union regulators within weeks after attempts to…