Air Freight News
Duty-free giants are handing out free flights to lure customers
Last month, Hyun Jung-a boarded a flight from South Korea’s Incheon Airport. Around two hours later, she was back in the same airport and loading…
Days after Qatar-led detente, Kenya bans Somalia flights
Kenya suspended flights to and from Somalia for three months, jeopardizing a detente that Qatar brokered in a bid to ease diplomatic tension between the…
Big airlines pull back from oil hedging after losing billions
Some of the world’s biggest airlines are shrinking their mammoth fuel-hedging programs after losing billions of dollars in derivatives markets last year.
NAS Jordan to operate and manage Aqaba Air Cargo Terminal for another 20 years
Aqaba with its strategic location and status as Jordan’s special economic zone is a regional hub for trade, tourism and culture
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New Airbus A350 of Ethiopian Airlines was met at Domodedovo
Ethiopian Airlines’ A350 that arrived to Russia for the first time was met at Moscow Domodedovo Airport. Domodedovo is the only one airport in the…
Heathrow sees Singapore, maybe US making U.K. travel go-list
Britain could restart leisure travel with the U.S. next month as part of a plan to reopen its borders, according to the head of London’s…
Lufthansa, Heathrow Airport see delayed rebound as virus flares
Deutsche Lufthansa AG reined in capacity plans and London’s Heathrow airport lowered passenger forecasts as new waves of coronavirus infections dent prospects for a travel…
Airport muni bonds rally with vaccine heralding travel rebound
Bonds backed by America’s airports are rallying back as the Covid vaccine rollout promises to revive the travel industry, marking a rebound for one of…
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Air cargo infrastructure investment firm Ventus and Sky Logistica acquire Prague Airports’s leading handler Skyport
Infrastructure investment firm Ventus LLC and Singapore company Sky Logistica Pte. Ltd. have today acquired Prague-based Skyport a.s., a central European air cargo infrastructure company.
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Use of sustainable aviation fuels taking off the Port of Seattle finds
Airlines, Microsoft join Port of Seattle for Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF) Study Session — New State legislation will bring jobs and clean air to Washington