Airlines

IATA launches programme to support ground technologies

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) aims to accelerate the introduction of enhanced ground support equipment (GSE) technologies into daily…

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IATA: March air cargo volumes up 10%

Positive momentum for air cargo continued in March as it became the fourth consecutive month of double-digit year-on-year growth. IATA…

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CNS Partnership Conference to focus on sustainable growth

The Cargo Network Services Corporation (CNS) Partnership Conference will be held from April 14-16 2024 under the theme: “Resilience Through Agility:…

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IATA reports an 11.9% jump in air cargo volumes for February

February was the third consecutive month of double-digit year-on-year demand growth for air cargo, according to data released by IATA….

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Cargo iQ appoints new executive director

Marie Seco-Köppen is to take over from Lothar Moehle as the new executive director of Cargo iQ, the non-profit group…

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IATA reports on latest progress made on lowering carbon emissions

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has released the latest edition of its Fly Net Zero reports, which covers the…

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Seven firms sign up to IATA digital charter

IATA launched a Digitalization Leadership Charter at the World Cargo Symposium (WCS) in Hong Kong on 14 March with Cathay…

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IATA and SFC to offer precision in carbon reporting

IATA has announced a partnership with the non-profit organization for climate action, Smart Freight Centre (SFC), to provide more consistent…

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WFS works with Cathay Cargo and CHAMP on the launch of IATA ONE Record use case

As previously reported in ACN, Cathay Cargo, the freight operation of the Hong Kong-based carrier Cathay Pacific, is utilising CHAMP…

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Air cargo needs to look to tailored talent attraction

Generic, traditional talent attraction and retention incentives set the industry up to fail because young people are seeking tailored work…

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