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Charter sector expected to be busy over coming months

By Damian Brett

Charter broker Air Charter Service (ACS) is expecting demand for cargo charters to remain strong over the coming months despite…

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Lufthansa Cargo set to tackle the coronavirus crisis

By Damian Brett

Lufthansa Cargo will continue to roll out the use of passenger aircraft to carry freight over the coming weeks as…

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Evolving FTA plans for multimodalism

By Rachelle Harry

Freight Transport Association has decided to rebrand to raise its profile with politicians, media and the public, as well as…

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Damco: Finding fresh focus

By Rachelle Harry

Freight forwarder Damco is looking to take advantage of a rising market this year with a new business focus targeting…

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InstoneAir: The mane man

By Roger Hailey

A 1970s meeting in a London pub was the starting gate for InstoneAir, an airfreight company that today specialises in…

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LATAM Cargo: Maintaining the balance

By Damian Brett

The challenge of ensuring aircraft are full of cargo is not an easy one to meet at the best of…

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Céline Hourcade looks to the horizon

When Céline Hourcade announced in June that she was leaving IATA Cargo after 11 years at the forefront of airfreight…

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CharterSync: New charter platform aims to take on time

By Damian Brett

The last few years have seen several companies embrace the ‘disrupter’ tag as they bring digital solutions to the logistics…

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Qatar Airways Cargo: Taking it personally

By Damian Brett

The last time Air Cargo News spoke to Qatar Airways chief officer cargo Guillaume Halleux, the airfreight market was in…

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The inclusive approach: AirBridgeCargo celebrates 15 years

On April 23, 2004, a Boeing 747-200 freighter aircraft took off from Beijing on its way to Luxembourg, via Russia….

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