Air Freight News

Aeronet Worldwide announces opening of Louisville Station

Jun 03, 2022

Aeronet expands its presence in the Southeast.

Aeronet Worldwide opened a new station in Louisville, Kentucky – it’s first ever facility in the area. Over the past five years, Aeronet has been developing logistics business in the region, typically routing freight through its Chicago station. The establishment of Aeronet Louisville gives the company expanded capabilities in the state of Kentucky.

The 9,600 square foot warehouse facility is located only four miles from Louisville International Airport (SDF).

Aeronet Louisville is led by General Manager Michael J. Mackowiak, who has been the individual developing business in the area for the company for the past five years. Mr. Mackowiak has spent over 20 years in the Kentucky market, mostly recently serving as the Global Business Development Manager for AIT Worldwide, but has also spent time with Camcon International, DMA Americas, and Computrex Logistics. He obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, International Business from the University of Arizona, and a Masters of International Management from the Thunderbird School of Global Management. Mr. Mackowiak is also a retired Senior Master Sergeant of the U.S. Air Force and Air National Guard.

With the opening of Aeronet Louisville, the company now has 22 domestic offices. They work in combination with 26 strategic international joint ventures, giving the Aeronet true global coverage.

Similar Stories

Europe’s travel woes deepen as strikes add to scrapped flights

A wave of airline strikes and flight cancellations is deepening Europe’s transport crisis, disrupting travel plans just as the region’s peak summer season gets under way.

View Article
Lufthansa sees no end to disrupted flights until 2023, Welt says

Deutsche Lufthansa AG doesn’t expect flight operations to return to normal until next year, after cutting 3,100 flights from its summer schedule due to staff shortages.

View Article
Dutch to cut Amsterdam Airport’s capacity over noise pollution

The Netherlands is planning to cut Schiphol airport’s capacity by about 20% next year to reduce noise pollution, a move the global airline lobby described as a “shocking blow” to…

View Article
Flight attendant case tests if state labor laws trump FAA rules

A California law requiring rest and meal breaks for workers has become a fierce battleground between airlines and flight attendants that may soon draw in the US Supreme Court.

View Article
WorldACD: Trends for the past 5 weeks (wk 24)
View Article
Air India considers hiring retired pilots ahead of big jet order

Air India Ltd. is considering hiring retired pilots, according to an airline official with knowledge of the matter, as the money-losing carrier seeks to bolster staff to prepare for one…

View Article