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The long, slow road to the XML message standard

Cargo agents are frequently blamed for failing to embrace e-freight, but others assert that carriers are also still clinging to…

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WFS: Handling the cargo challenge

Industry stalwart John Batten will bring to bear his extensive air cargo experience after taking on a new role at…

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Virgin Australia’s new HK route is filling bellies

Virgin Australia has kicked off its new five-times a week, Airbus A330-200 passenger service between Melbourne and Hong Kong with…

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Delta’s renewed cargo focus

In 2013 Delta Air Lines was the largest US cargo carrier in terms of cargo ton miles. Since then, the…

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New AA Cargo boss enjoys market pick-up

The air cargo industry has finally “turned a corner” and rate improvements will soon be felt at revenue level, according…

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Air France KLM: Dancing to a new beat

Air France KLM Martinair (AF-KLMP) Cargo has finished its freighter diet and is now ready to “rock ‘n’ roll” after…

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Jim Butler: A bigger, better American

Jim Butler took over as president of American Airlines Cargo on December 9, 2013, the day that the merger of…

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Ariaen Zimmerman: Cargo 2000, eighteen years later

At next year’s World Cargo Symposium, Cargo 2000 is to get a new name and brand.  It has become a…

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Chris Leach: Air Charter Service – the first 25 years

Re-energised by a diet of salad, fish and regular morning workouts in the company multigym, Chris Leach is in robust…

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Munich Airport’s virtuous circle

If you want evidence that it is still possible for European airports to capture new freighter business, look no further…

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