Coyne Airways lists freighter capacity with Airblox

Larry Coyne, founder and chief executive, Coyne Airways. Photo: Airblox

London-based cargo airline Coyne Airways has started listing freighter capacity with online air cargo capacity trading platform Airblox.

Online marketplace Airblox enables brokers, freight forwarders, and airlines to trade cargo capacity in the form of standardised electronic Block Space Agreements (eBSAs).

The fintech platform currently lists over 2,000 lanes, providing predictive analytics and pricing forecast on major cargo routes.

The airline, which was established in 1994, specialises in services to Armenia, Georgia, Afghanistan, Iraq, and a growing number of African destinations, together with charter services worldwide.

“Coyne Airways is delighted to partner with Airblox, which is an exciting innovation for the airline industry to help airlines and customers optimize capacity and increase efficiency,” said Larry Coyne, Coyne Airways founder and chief executive.

“We, like Airblox, are dedicated to providing consumers with the air capacity they require on the terms that best suit them – whether on a block space or per kilo basis. We look forward to providing access to our scheduled lanes and empty legs on the platform.”

Airblox has been expanding its customer base and has signed on Vietnamese freight forwarder HPW Cargo as well as French air charter firm Avico to its platform this year.

Airblox grows trading platform with the addition of HPW Cargo

Broker Avico lists freighter capacity on trading platform Airblox

Airblox marketplace offers real-time airfreight capacity

Airblox aims to create an air cargo futures market

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Rebecca Jeffrey

Rebecca Jeffrey
New to aviation journalism, I joined Air Cargo News in late 2021 as deputy editor. I previously worked for Mercator Media’s six maritime sector magazines as a reporter, heading up news for Port Strategy. Prior to this, I was editor for Recruitment International (now TALiNT International). Contact me on: [email protected]