Air Freight News
Biden-Harris Administration announces $20 million from Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to modernize 20 regional airport traffic control towers
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is awarding $20 million to 20 airport-owned airport traffic control towers across the country, spanning 17 states.
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India’s aviation boom could support more hubs, Air India CEO says
India’s airline industry is growing so fast that the country could support at least one other international hub beyond Mumbai and Delhi, Campbell Wilson, the…
Fraport fiscal year 2023: Traffic growth brings records for revenue and operating result
EBITDA reaches new record of €1,204 million – Group result rises significantly to €430.5 million – CEO Schulte: Fraport is benefiting from traffic dynamics driven…
Australia losing tourism appeal as fliers count carbon emissions
Australia is losing its appeal as a destination for international business events, and even high-profile rock stars, because of the carbon that’s emitted flying there,…
Ontario International Airport continued its run of higher volumes in February
Southern California gateway saw traveler count increase 9% last month
Singapore’s Changi passenger numbers hit pre-Covid levels for the first time
Passenger traffic at Singapore’s Changi Airport, one of Asia’s busiest, topped pre-Covid levels in February as Lunar New Year holidays sparked a surge in travel…
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Munich Airport is the only German airport to record growth in freight transportation
Munich Airport can look back on a successful year in air freight in 2023. According to data from the German Airports Association (ADV), Munich Airport…
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The VINCI Airports network recognized once again for its quality of service
VINCI Airports, the world’s leading private airport operator, saw three of the airports in its network - Belgrade, Porto and Guanacaste – singled out by…
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Maastricht Aachen Airport: International recognition for carbon emission reductions
Maastricht Aachen Aihas been awarded Airport Carbon Accreditation Level 3 after further successes in reducing carbon emissions
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Jettainer appoints Riekert as CCO
Jettainer, the global leader in unit load device (ULD) management, has appointed Thorsten Riekert as Chief Commercial Officer.