Policy

Dutch aviation groups hit out at current emission ceiling plans

By Damian Brett

The Dutch air cargo sector along with leading airlines, airports and aviation groups have hit out at new Dutch government…

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Shanghai Pilot Free Trade Zone to launch cargo tracking service

By Damian Brett

Shanghai Pilot Free Trade Zone will begin to track air cargo shipments to help automate processes and improve cargo visibility….

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Airforwarders Association calls for urgent investment in air cargo at US airports

By Rebecca Jeffrey

The Airforwarders Association (AfA) and the National Customs Brokers and Forwarders Association of America (NCBFAA) are calling for a State…

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Air cargo priorities: sustainability, modernisation, safety and people

IATA highlighted sustainability, modernisation, safety and people as four priorities to build resilience and strengthen air cargo’s post-pandemic prospects. Outlined…

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Psi Air eyes Philippines-US flights

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Philippines-based cargo airline Psi Air has applied for a foreign air carrier permit and exemption from the US Department of…

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UK customs offers continued use of CHIEF in urgent cases

By Damian Brett

UK customs (HMRC) will allow companies to continue using the CHIEF declaration system if they have a valid reason beyond…

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German government support fund sells remaining Lufthansa stake

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Germany’s Economic Stabilisation Fund (ESF) has withdrawn its interest in Lufthansa after the airline’s operations and income were hit by…

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US seeks seizure of Boeing 747 cargo aircraft grounded in Argentina

By Rebecca Jeffrey

The US Department of Justice (DOJ) has transmitted a request to Argentinian authorities to seize a Boeing 747-300M cargo aircraft…

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EU ends approval of cargo-in-the-cabin flights

By Rebecca Jeffrey

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has ended its approval of cargo-in-the-cabin flights. Use of the passenger cabin for…

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Logistics UK welcomes government’s SAF requirements

By Damian Brett

Supply chain group Logistics UK has welcomed the government’s plan to require 10% of jet fuel to be sustainable aviation…

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