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Qatar Airways launches legal battle

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Qatar Airways has issued legal proceedings against Airbus in the Technology and Construction Court of London’s High Court of Justice….

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Turkish Cargo flies country’s first electric automobile

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Turkish Cargo has transported Turkey’s first electric automobile to the US following the signing of a new partnership. The air…

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Saudia Cargo sponsors first KSA female rally driver

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Saudia Cargo has signed a sponsorship agreement with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s (KSA) first female, accredited rally driver, Mashael…

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Tata Group’s Air India acquisition approved

By Rebecca Jeffrey

The Tata Group’s acquisition of Air India has been approved by the Competition Commission of India (CCI). Following the divestment…

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Strong November for Cathay Pacific, but down on 2019

By Roger Hailey

Beaujolais wine and cherries shipments helped Cathay Pacific record a 15.8% increase in cargo volumes in November due to “consistently…

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Air Belgium looks to add B747 freighter operations

By Damian Brett

Air Belgium is looking to expand in the air cargo market through the addition of B747-8 freighter aircraft operations. In…

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Latam Airlines boosts digital offering with cargo.one

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Latam Airlines Group has struck a deal with a digital sales platform to offer efficient and direct booking options. The…

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IAG Cargo adds capacity to the US as travel restrictions ease

By Damian Brett

IAG Cargo will expand cargo capacity to the US as restrictions on travellers entering the country are eased. The US…

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United Cargo: Making friends and taking a cautious approach

By Damian Brett

United Cargo president Jan Krems has been through plenty of peaks and troughs in his seven years in the role…

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IAG Cargo expands West Africa network with Dakar service

IAG Cargo has launched a new direct route to Dakar, Senegal, from Madrid as airfreight demand increases to West Africa….

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