Atlas Air Worldwide

Atlas Air and Polar Air Cargo receive IATA CEIV Pharma certification

By Rachelle Harry

Atlas Air Worldwide’s subsidiary companies, Atlas Air and Polar Air Cargo Worldwide, have both received IATA CEIV Phamra certification. The…

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Atlas Air Worldwide set for strong H1 performance in 2021

By Rachelle Harry

Freighter operator Atlas Air Worldwide has achieved increased net income and ebitda (earnings before interest, tax, depreciation, and amortisation) in…

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K+N and American partner to deploy 11m litres of SAF

By Rachelle Harry

Kuehne+Nagel has entered into an agreement with American Airlines to deploy 11m litres of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). The deal…

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Atlas Air 2020 results “exceed expectations” due to historic volumes

By Rachelle Harry

Atlas Air Worldwide said its full-year 2020 operating results “exceeded expectations”, thanks to “historic volumes” driven by e-commerce growth, as well…

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Forwarders say new US cargo security programme is a quick fix

By Damian Brett

US forwarders have warned that plans for a new US air cargo security programme could be a quick fix benefiting…

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A last hurrah for the B747 as Atlas orders four more freighters

By Damian Brett

Atlas Air Worldwide has ordered four more Boeing B747-8 freighters, which when delivered will be the last of the iconic…

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Air Cargo News’ Top 10 most read in 2020

By Rachelle Harry

It’s fair to say that last year was a year like no other for the airfreight industry. Yet, as ever,…

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Atlas completes transatlantic flight using sustainable aviation fuel

By Pilar Wolfsteller - FlightGlobal

Cargo carrier Atlas Air Worldwide has completed a test flight from Europe to Latin America using sustainable aviation fuel (SAF)…

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Atlas Air reactivates another B747 as revenues rise

Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings will reactivate another B747 freighter after improvements in its third quarter figures thanks in part to…

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US cargo carriers quizzed on PSP funds

By Damian Brett

Four US cargo carriers have been asked to hand back or demonstrate that they needed more than $630m in Covid-19…

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