American Airlines

Frankfurt Cargo Services (FCS) helps Germany’s fight against Covid-19

By Rachelle Harry

As the Covid-19 pandemic continues, Frankfurt Cargo Services (FCS) is processing time-sensitive essential medical cargo at Frankfurt airport, so that…

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American Airlines adds flights to combat capacity crunch

By Rachelle Harry

American Airlines is continuing to operate long-haul flights, carrying passengers and cargo, to make up for capacity lost as a…

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American Airlines announces cargo-only PAX flights

By Rachelle Harry

American Airlines is the latest carriers to announce that it will use passenger aircraft for cargo-only operations. In a statement,…

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Cargo escapes US ban on travel from Europe

By Damian Brett

The White House has clarified that cargo is not included in the US ban on travel from Europe announced as…

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American Airlines Cargo expands Elison’s role

American Airlines Cargo has expanded the role of Rick Elieson from president of cargo, to president cargo and vice president international operations. …

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LATAM signs codeshare with Delta in shift away from American

By Flight Global

South American carrier LATAM Airlines Group has signed new codeshare agreements with pending-equity owner Delta Air Lines and announced plans…

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American Airlines celebrates 75 years of cargo operations

By Damian Brett

Today, American Airlines is celebrating the 75th anniversary of its first cargo flight. The airline said it had a long…

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US airline heads once again point to Gulf airlines’ subsidisation

In an opinion piece published on July 12 in USA Today, the three heads of big American airlines – Doug…

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Air cargo must invest to prepare for personalised medicines

A new report from DHL Global Forwarding and American Airlines Cargo has outlined the investments the logistics industry needs to…

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Qantas looks to potential of tie-up with American Airlines

Qantas has said that it welcomes what it calls the US Department of Transportation’s “tentative approval” of its and American…

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