Amazon Air

Amazon Air launches in India

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Amazon India has launched e-commerce cargo airline Amazon Air in India in a deal with Indian cargo carrier Quickjet Airlines….

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Amazon Air set to sell space on its aircraft to third parties

By Damian Brett

Amazon Air is set to start selling spare capacity on its aircraft as it responds to a post-pandemic slowdown in…

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Amazon Air adds flights to Manchester-Boston Airport

By Damian Brett

Amazon Air has launched a daily cargo service between Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT) and Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG). The…

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Amazon Air partners with Hawaiian and Altavair to add A330 freighters

By Damian Brett

Amazon Air will expand its fleet with the addition of 10 A330-300 converted freighters from lessor Altavair. The aircraft will…

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Amazon Air slows expansion as e-commerce demand flattens

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Amazon Air has “greatly reduced” its overall rate of expansion since March in response to a slowdown in e-commerce sales…

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Amazon rapidly expands European freighter operations

By Damian Brett

Amazon Air has rapidly expanded its air cargo operations in Europe over the last six months and its overall fleet…

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Amazon Air rapidly expands in 2021

By Damian Brett

Amazon Air rapidly expanded its network and fleet last year, while UPS and FedEx operations remained comparatively static. New figures…

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Amazon Air launches cargo service at Kansas airport

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Amazon Air has launched a daily cargo service at the Wichita Eisenhower National Airport in Kansas, US. This is Amazon…

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Amazon Air ramps up flights for cyber Monday

By Damian Brett

Amazon Air ramped up its daily flights at the end of November to meet growing demand for the Cyber Monday…

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Could Amazon soon add B777 freighters to its fleet?

By Damian Brett

Ever since Amazon launched its US domestic freighter operation in late 2015 there has been speculation that the company could…

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