Air Freight News

Coyne Airways joins Airblox to trade cargo capacity

Jan 09, 2023

London-headquartered Coyne Airways has started listing freighter capacity with Airblox.com.

Airblox is an online marketplace that enables brokers, freight forwarders, and airlines to trade cargo capacity in the form of standardized electronic Block Space Agreements (eBSAs™).

The fintech platform currently lists over 2000 lanes, providing predictive analytics and pricing forecast on major cargo routes.

Coyne Airways is a leading cargo airline providing specialized all-round solutions for transporting pharmaceuticals, fresh produce, live animals, and heavy and oversized shipments.

Larry Coyne, founder and CEO, Coyne Airways

“Coyne Airways is delighted to partner with Airblox, which is an exciting innovation for the airline industry to help airlines and customers optimize capacity and increase efficiency,” said Larry Coyne, Founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Coyne Airways.

“We, like Airblox, are dedicated to providing consumers with the air capacity they require on the terms that best suit them – whether on a block space or per kilo basis. We look forward to providing access to our scheduled lanes and empty legs on the platform.”

The airlines, which was established in 1994, specializes in services to Armenia, Georgia, Afghanistan, Iraq, and a growing number of African destinations, together with charter services worldwide.

Through its extensive interline network, Coyne is able to move cargo between virtually any global gateway and its network destinations on a single IATA air waybill, providing reliable and secure air cargo services to some of the world’s most difficult to reach destinations.

Airblox has been expanding its customer base and has signed on Vietnamese freight forwarder HPW Cargo as well as French air charter expert Avico to its platform this year.

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