Air Freight News
Mexico’s Interjet Grounds Four Planes, Stoking Lessor Angst
Interjet, the Mexican airline that acknowledged financial challenges in a court filing last year, is stirring concern among lessors by grounding four of its Airbus…
Malaysia saw MH370 as murder-suicide, says former Australia leader
Malaysia’s top leadership considered from the outset the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 in 2014 a mass murder-suicide by the pilot, according to Tony…
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Singapore Airlines slashes flights globally due to virus impact
Singapore Airlines Ltd. will cut more flights across its global network through May as the outbreak of the novel coronavirus discourages people from traveling.
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Etihad Cargo and Dnata extend handling partnership to 15 global stations across four continents
Etihad Cargo, the cargo and logistics arm of Etihad Aviation Group, has bolstered its global handling partnership agreements with dnata, one of the world’s largest…
Lebanese Airline scraps decision to accept foreign currency only
Lebanon’s Middle East Airlines scrapped a decision to reject payments in the local currency, hours after the nation’s president warned against the move and questioned…
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Chinese Airlines Begin Reporting Impact from Coronavirus
China’s three largest airlines reported declines in January passenger traffic because of the coronavirus outbreak, with the shortfalls likely to deepen this month as the…
WestJet names John Weatherill, Vice President, Network Planning and Alliances
WestJet is pleased to announce the internal appointment of John Weatherill to the role of Vice President, Network Planning and Alliances effective today.
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Aeroflot Open 2020 chess festival to start 18 February in Moscow
Aeroflot Open 2020, an international chess festival sponsored by Russia’s flagship airline, will take place on 18-28 February at the Cosmos Hotel in Moscow. Now…
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Boeing leaves Singapore empty-handed, unlike the sanitizer thief
The giants of aviation left the Singapore Airshow with little to brag about, but someone ended up with one of the hottest deals in town:…
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Airlines versus coronavirus: A bruising and lopsided battle
The novel coronavirus has broadsided the aviation industry, particularly at its epicenter in China. Tens of thousands of flights in and out of the country…