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Lufthansa Cargo holds naming ceremony for B777F

Lufthansa Cargo has held the naming ceremony for one of its new B777Fs, giving the aircraft the name Konnichiwa Japan….

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Air cargo group aims to fix Madrid supply chain bottlenecks

Foro MADCargo, the association that seeks to promote airfreight in Madrid, has formed a working group to identify the stumbling…

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IATA: airline profits fall further

The March/April Airlines Financial Monitor from IATA notes “a further fall in aggregate profits for the airline industry” for the…

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Mixed results for Turkish Cargo so far in 2019

Turkish Cargo, the freight-carrying arm of Turkish Airlines, transported 363,297 tons of cargo and mail during the first quarter of…

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DSV: ‘a complex operation’ for generator move

Global transport and logistics company DSV has moved a generator component on behalf of Siemens from Germany to Australia. The…

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Qatar Airways adds Izmir link

Qatar Airways has introduced thrice-weekly Airbus A320 flights from Doha to Izmir, its seventh destination in Turkey. The airline’s freighter-carrying…

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VIDEO: IAG Cargo brings manga to London

IAG Cargo is acting as the logistics partner for the world’s largest international display of manga art, taking place at…

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Thorsten Neumann appointed to full-time TAPA role

The Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA) has named Thorsten Neumann as its first-ever full-time president and chief executive with effect…

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Unilode adds leasing options

Unilode has added short- and medium-term leasing services to its portfolio of ULD solutions. The step gives customers access to…

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BIFA Young Forwarder Network up and running

The British International Freight Association (BIFA) has concluded the initial round of meetings of its Young Forwarder Network (YFN), launched…

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LATAM Cargo’s flying felines

LATAM Cargo has transported five big cats from Argentina to South Africa in a move coordinated by freight forwarder Newport…

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ACE Belgium Freighters hits back in name dispute

All-cargo operator ACE Belgium Freighters has hit back against a complaint made to the US Department of Transportation (DOT) over…

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Leipzig/Halle hosts humanitarian conference

On May 21, Leipzig/Halle Airport, Volga-Dnepr Group and the Akkon University of Human Sciences ran an international conference on humanitarian…

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Tigers provides global B2B and B2C solutions for Rapha

Hong Kong-headquartered Tigers has expanded its partnership with Rapha, providing fulfilment services for the cycling sportswear brand from Tigers’ new…

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Shoe firms urge end to US-China trade war

In response to US President Donald Trump’s recent announcement that he would increase tariffs on $200bn worth of US-bound Chinese…

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Virgin Atlantic targets cargo with resumption of Mumbai flights

Virgin Atlantic will relaunch flights between London Heathrow and Mumbai on 27 October, after a four-year hiatus, with the airline’s…

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Cargo iQ makes changes on its board

Cargo iQ, the IATA interest group whose stated mission is to create and implement quality standards for the global air…

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LATAM sees declining cargo traffic in first quarter

Reporting its first-quarter operating results last week (the period ending 31 March), South American carrier LATAM revealed that cargo revenues…

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DHL Supply Chain rolls out latest version of ‘smart glasses’

DHL Supply Chain, the arm of the Deutsche Post DHL Group that handles contract logistics, is rolling out the latest…

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Brussels Airport leads injunction against air traffic control provider

Brussels Airport Company and Brussels Airlines have launched interim injunction proceedings that apply for continuity of service delivery by Belgian…

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