Airlines

Cutting the paper chain in dangerous goods declarations

Electronic-Dangerous Goods Declarations (e-DGDs) offer the prospect of shorter consignment cut-off times for shippers and of reducing the number of…

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Strong cargo performance as Cathay Pacific returns to profit

Cathay Pacific saw increased capacity, yield and load factors in cargo as it benefitted from robust demand in 2018. It…

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Unilode and Hawaiian Airlines extend partnership

Hawaiian Airlines has renewed its long-term ULD management agreement with Unilode Aviation Solutions. Brad Matheny, Hawaiian Airlines managing director of…

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Air France KLM Cargo signs up for IATA’s new DG AutoCheck

Air France KLM Cargo (AFKL Cargo) has become the first airline group to adopt IATA’s Dangerous Goods AutoCheck (DG AutoCheck)…

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Air cargo set to speed up and increase visibility over the coming years

Over the coming years air cargo supply chains are expected to speed up, information will be shared more widely and…

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It’s as simple as ABC for 28 tonne motor

The team at AirBridgeCargo Airlines (ABC) managed to design a logistics solution for a 28 tonne motor that meant it…

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Azul bids for Avianca Brasil assets

Brazilan airline Azul has signed a non-binding agreement with financially troubled Avianca Brasil to acquire its operating certificate, 70 pairs…

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IATA hopes to make paying for cargo easier

PayCargo and IATA have established the IATA-PayCargo System to offer the air cargo industry “an advanced and efficient payment and settlement…

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AA keeping it cool with Jettainer

American Airlines has signed up with Jettainer’s Cool Management service to run its entire fleet of reefer containers. The airline…

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Emirates adds second daily flight to London Stansted

Emirates is introducing a second daily passenger service from Dubai to London Stansted in July. It will also be operated…

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