Policy

WFS helps screen cargo at JFK

Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) is to operate a new Centralized Examination Station at New York’s John F. Kennedy (JFK) International…

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Logistics UK reiterates call for dedicated logistics minister following election announcement

Logistics UK has reiterated its call for the creation of a dedicated logistics and supply chain minister following the announcement…

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RSP hopeful work can begin on Manston airfreight hub following latest ruling

The owners of Manston Airport in the UK say work can soon start on its new airfreight hub following the…

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US FAA legislation includes review of airport truck delays

US president Joe Biden has signed into law the Federal Aviation Administration Reauthorization legislation, which includes a section on reviewing…

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Supply chains brace for new US-China tariff war

Cargo volumes and supply chain costs for China-US services could come under pressure after US president Joe Biden announced a…

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Air Cargo News Awards entry deadline approaches

The entry deadline for the Air Cargo News Awards is fast approaching. This year’s awards are open for entry until…

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Etihad Cargo prepared for new UAE shipment data requirements

Etihad Cargo has outlined the preparations it has made ahead of the implementation of stricter requirements for advanced shipment information….

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Future of the 767F given a boost as US Senate backs emissions exemption

Production of the Boeing 767 freighter has been given a lifeline after the US Senate approved a bill that would…

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K+N and LATAM utilise SAF for flower flights

Kuehne+Nagel (K+N) and the LATAM Group have partnered with a flower industry firm to buy sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) that…

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Airlines’ green claims come under European Commission scrutiny

The European Commission (EC) has written to 20 airlines to highlight several types of “potentially misleading green claims”. The EC,…

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