July 2020

Record quarterly cargo volumes at Anchorage

By Damian Brett

Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC) handled record volumes of cargo in the second quarter of the year as a…

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United Cargo ships food aid flight to Guam

By Damian Brett

United Cargo has helped move 190,000 pounds of fresh produce to Guam for the US Department of Agriculture’s Coronavirus Farm…

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Gebrüder Weiss starts work on Graz facility

By Rachelle Harry

Gebrüder Weiss is expanding its presence in Austria with a new €26m logistics terminal in Graz in the district of…

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CSafe invests in track and trace platform

By Damian Brett

Temperature-controlled container firm CSafe Global is set to launch a new track and trace platform and digital tracking service for…

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Airfreight rates predicted to rise over the coming months as capacity tightens

By Damian Brett

Airfreight rates from China and Hong Kong are set to rise again over the coming months as new product launches…

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Amazon Air starts operations at LAL regional air hub

By Rachelle Harry

Amazon Air has commenced operations at its new regional air hub located at Lakeland Linder International Airport (LAL) in Florida,…

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Cargo-partner launches ’emergency desk’ for time-critical shipments

By Rachelle Harry

Logistics provider cargo-partner has launched an emergency desk in Istanbul to facilitate the fast handling of time-critical shipments. The desk, which…

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FlightGlobal to host air cargo webinar

FlightGlobal, a sister publication of Air Cargo News, will host an airfreight webinar on July 30 at 3pm BST/10am EST. The…

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Brussels Airport sees cargo return to growth in June

By Damian Brett

Brussels Airport saw its cargo volumes return to growth in June as new airlines began services to the Belgian hub….

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Forwarders combat capacity crunch with expanded charter operations

By Rachelle Harry

Forwarders are strengthening their chartered freighter operations as bellyhold capacity continues to fall short of demand and the recovery timeframe…

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Fire breaks out at Liege Airport building

By Damian Brett

A building at Liege Airport caught fire last night, resulting in some flights being diverted to other facilities. An airport…

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Volga-Dnepr IL-76 transports helicopters to Indonesia

By Damian Brett

Volga-Dnepr Airlines has delivered two helicopters from Almaty, Kazakhstan, to Kuala Lumpur for charter broker PT Komala Indonesia to support…

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Delta Cargo joins Sustainable Air Freight Alliance

By Rachelle Harry

Delta Cargo has joined the Sustainable Air Freight Alliance (SAFA) — a collaboration between shippers, freight forwarders and airlines to track…

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K+N grabs market share from smaller forwarders

By Damian Brett

Kuehne+Nagel (K+N) has been grabbing market share from some of its smaller rivals as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak….

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DHL Express to add four converted B767-300Fs

By Damian Brett

DHL Express will add four B767-300 Boeing converted freighters (BCF) as part of its efforts to continue modernising and growing…

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Leipzig/Halle experiences first-half cargo growth

By Rachelle Harry

Cargo volumes at Leipzig/Halle Airport (LEJ) have continued to grow “steadily”, bucking the “downward national trend” experienced by other hubs…

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Ethiopian B777 freighter suffers fire in Shanghai

By Alfred Chua, FlightGlobal

An Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 777 freighter has caught fire at Shanghai Pudong airport while cargo was being loaded.  The carrier…

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Hyderabad Airport enhances cold chain with mutli-ULD cool dolly

India’s GMR Hyderabad International Airport (GHIAL) has started using a multi-ULD cool dolly for the transportation of temperature- and time-sensitive…

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Csafe appoints new Latin America director

By Damian Brett

Temperature-controlled container firm CSafe Global has appointed Denis Caputo as director of life science sales, Latin America. CSafe has been…

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Emirates SkyCargo marks 10,000 flights from April to June

By Rachelle Harry

Emirates SkyCargo has operated more than 10,000 airfreight flights between April and June this year to facilitate the movement of…

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