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Animal Transportation

KLM participates in panda project

KLM has flown two young red pandas from Edinburgh to Amsterdam as part of a conservation project to help secure…

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All the latest news from IATA’s World Cargo Symposium 2019

As the global airfreight industry gathers in Singapore for IATA’s World Cargo Symposium 2019 (WCS19), the Air Cargo News editorial…

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Cargolux bans the transport of lion bones

Cargolux has banned the transport of lion bones in an effort to curb and deter the new trend in wildlife…

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VIDEO: From the circus to a national park, Turkish Cargo helps resettle four young lions

Turkish Cargo has flown four young lions from a circus in Ukraine to their natural habitat of South Africa. Three…

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Etihad jumps at the chance for a third Longines Masters horse charter

Etihad Cargo will again fly horses from Belgium to Hong Kong for the annual Longines Masters indoor show jumping event….

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IAG Cargo launches new best in class pet transport service

IAG Cargo has announced a new pet transportation service on flights from the UK through its partnership with PetAir UK,…

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Pharma and horses perform well for LuxairCargo

Pharma shipments at Luxembourg Airport surged by 22% in 2018 to reach 36,830 tons, although overall cargo tonnages at the…

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Cargolux horse sense sees record equine numbers

Cargolux Airlines International handled a record number of live animal moves in 2018, resulting in a 15.7% increase in its…

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Paws for thought: Personalised pet travel can win passenger business

Marcia Alden, chief executive of PawsGlobal, examines the upside of adding digital experiences for pet owners. On the fifth call…

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Turkish Cargo joins the Animal Transportation Association

Turkish Cargo has joined the Animal Transportation Association (ATA), which promotes the transport of live animals in secure and ideal…

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