Cargo Airport

Leipzig/Halle expects another busy year for cargo after a record 2020

By Damian Brett

Leipzig/Halle Airport handled record air cargo volumes last year and it is expecting further growth in 2021. The German airport…

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Cargo demand at Schiphol dips as passenger services take a hit

By Rachelle Harry

Amsterdam Schiphol Airport saw cargo volumes decline in 2020, as passenger services worldwide — and bellyhold capacity — were impacted…

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Fraport receives IATA CEIV Pharma recertification

By Rachelle Harry

Fraport has received IATA CEIV Pharma recertification for its operations at Frankfurt Airport, after it having initially achieved the award…

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Brussels Airport cargo traffic remains steady

By Rachelle Harry

Brussels Airport said its cargo operations were “more in demand than ever” in 2020. The Europe-based hub experienced a 2.2%…

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Brussels Airport appoints new director of cargo

By Damian Brett

Geert Aerts will succeed Steven Polmans as director of cargo and logistics at Brussels Airport in March. Aerts has been…

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Another record year for cargo at Liege

By Rachelle Harry

Liege Airport has broken its record for cargo traffic in 2020, topping its previous ‘record year’ in 2019.   The Belgiuan…

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Schiphol restructures cargo team again

By Damian Brett

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol has announced further changes within its cargo team. From March 1, the cargo department will form part…

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Airports team up for India Covid vaccine supply chains

Dubai Airports and GMR Hyderabad (GMR-HYD) airport group are creating a Covid-19 vaccine distribution corridor to connect pharma manufacturers in…

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Shell to supply SAF to DHL Express at Schiphol

By Rachelle Harry

DHL Express has signed a deal with energy firm Shell Aviation that will see it being supplied sustainable aviation fuel…

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Heathrow wins court battle for third-runway plans

By Damian Brett

Heathrow Airport can progress plans for a third runway after the UK’s Supreme Court ruled in the favour of developers….

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