Virgin Atlantic Cargo

Virgin Atlantic Cargo appoints general sales agent in Turkey

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Virgin Atlantic Cargo has appointed Leisure Kargo as its new general sales agent (GSA) in Turkey, effective September 1.    Leisure…

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Virgin Atlantic Cargo approves use of Releye ULD

By Damian Brett

Virgin Atlantic Cargo has approved the use of Envirotainer’s Releye RLP and RAP containers on its aircraft as part of…

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Virgin Atlantic Cargo extends ULD deal with Airbase GSE

By Damian Brett

Virgin Atlantic Cargo has extended its partnership with ULD firm Airbase GSE for a further five years. The five-deal commenced…

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Virgin Atlantic expands freighter flights with Billund service

By Damian Brett

Virgin Atlantic Cargo is set to expand its all-cargo network with the addition of a new service to Billund Airport….

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Engineering a future flight path for Virgin Atlantic Cargo

By Damian Brett

Virgin Atlantic Cargo’s managing director Phil Wardlaw joined the team late last year and faces the challenge of navigating the…

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Virgin Atlantic Cargo temporarily delves into freighter operations

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Virgin Atlantic Cargo will lease an A321P2F (passenger to freighter) aircraft from Titan Airways for operations between London and Brussels…

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Virgin Atlantic Cargo revenues soar in 2021

By Damian Brett

Virgin Atlantic Cargo saw its revenues more than double to record levels in 2021 as it ramped up cargo flying…

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Virgin Atlantic Cargo continues to digitalise

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Virgin Atlantic Cargo is digitalising its technology infrastructure using Accelya’s FLX Cargo Platform. The airline is currently updating its “Voyager”…

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Supply chains face extension of airspace closures

By Damian Brett

The European Union (EU) has closed its airspace to Russian aircraft as sanctions continue to be imposed in response to…

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UK and Russia impose airspace bans on each other

The UK and Russia have both implemented airspace bans on each others’ airlines. The UK government was the first to…

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