August 2, 2019

FTA: no-deal funding for business is a ‘damp squib’

The UK’s Freight Transport Association (FTA) has criticised the British government’s no-deal Brexit funding plans, which allocate £108mn (out of…

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IAG Cargo revenue decline consistent with market

By Rachelle Harry

In its 2019 half-year results, which were released today, IAG Cargo reported revenues of €281m from April 1 to June…

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Air France-KLM notes ‘challenging’ H1 market conditions

The Air France-KLM Group’s cargo capacity and volumes rose during the first half of 2019, but market pressures brought revenues…

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JAL and Kalitta in freighter codeshare

On August 1, 2019, Ypsilanti-based Kalitta Air began operating three Boeing 747-400F flights per week between Tokyo-Narita and Chicago O’Hare…

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Carousel wins AEO status

Carousel Logistics, which specialises in the transport of parts and products for high-performance industries across Europe, has obtained Authorised Economic…

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AAWW ‘well positioned’ to face near-term headwinds

Second-quarter results at Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings (AAWW) took a hit from tariffs and trade tensions between the US and…

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United and AeroUnion bring widebody TempControl to Mexico City

US-based airline United Cargo has entered into an interline agreement with Mexican all-cargo carrier AeroUnion that expands United’s widebody TempControl…

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US-China trade war escalates as Trump adds more tariffs

By Rachelle Harry

In a new development in the trade war between the US and China, US President Donald Trump is adding a…

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Speedy Freight UK opens branch in York

By Rachelle Harry

UK-based Speedy Freight, a provider of urgent or sensitive transport, has opened a new premises in York in the North…

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Air cargo suffers ‘onslaught’ in June, says WorldACD

Data from air cargo market analyst WorldACD shows a decline in global airfreight volumes of 8.9% in June, compared to…

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