Our exclusive air cargo news and interviews.

LAX reigns supreme

All over the world freighter operations seem to be losing ground to belly cargo, but one could be forgiven for thinking the trend had passed Los... ...Read More

Boeing keeps the faith

Out of 72 orders for the Boeing 747-8 freighter just 13 remain to be delivered. Boeing will be cutting B747-8 production to just one a month from... ...Read More

My Opinion

Joost van Doesburg, airfreight policy manager, European Shippers’ Council On the efforts of the air cargo industry to fight off modal... ...Read More

A tale of two airports

Last year was a milestone for the Dubai airports. In January that year, Dubai International (DXB) took over from London Heathrow as the busiest... ...Read More

A Predictable Solution

It worked for seafreight, so why shouldn’t it also work for airfreight? That was the thinking of German software house Dakosy six years ago when... ...Read More

IAG focused on growth

IAG Cargo remains focused on capacity discipline, asset utilisation and its flagship premium product range. David Shepherd, head of commercial at... ...Read More

Increasing pressures

TO be based in Hong Kong is to be sat on one of the hotspots of global air freight, but there have been worrying signs recently that the pot is going... ...Read More