Air Freight News

Antonov aircraft charters in Africa for Airland Logistics

Feb 05, 2021

Airland Logistics, member to the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC) for Denmark, completed delivery of 2 x Antonov AN12 Charter Flights from Lusaka, Zambia to Bamako, Mali for a mining client.

The nature of the cargo were hazardous and the product is commonly used when splitting mined commodities from the rock.

This shipment was urgently needed on site, hence despite hurdles along the way due to the Dangerous Goods not meeting the IATA DGR standards, Airland Logistics managed to have the shipment moved over the Christmas and New Year period.

Similar Stories

https://www.ajot.com/images/uploads/article/SmartLynx_DHL_green_livery_cargo.jpg
DHL Express and SmartLynx Malta partner to break new ground in cargo transportation
View Article
https://www.ajot.com/images/uploads/article/LEJ_RinderDSC09821.jpg
AirBridgeCargo keeps on supporting AVI programs out of Europe
View Article
https://www.ajot.com/images/uploads/article/1200px-PW4000-112_%28cropped%29.jpg
FAA orders high-tech inspections of engines on Boeing 777s
View Article
https://www.ajot.com/images/uploads/article/Allen_Liu.jpg
Chapman Freeborn appoints North Asia Cargo Director, to support growth strategy and increasing demand
View Article
Qatar Airways Cargo joins Validaide as a premium member

Qatar Airways Cargo has joined Validaide Capabilities Platform as a premium member. Through the membership, the cargo carrier is able to digitally manage and share its station capabilities for pharmaceuticals…

View Article
Annual cargo theft report indicates significant new trends

The most significant trend highlighted by the report was the relative shift in the location of thefts, with in-transit incidents and those involving vehicles showing a decline, though remaining the…

View Article