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European airports freight growth continues

The European airport trade association, has reported a continuing “robust growth trend” during April, with freight traffic across European airports up 3.9% over the same month of 2017. The number of dedicated cargo flights grew by 3.5% in April. Freight ...Read More

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Air freight grows more slowly

Demand for global air freight grew at the slowest pace for almost two years in March, as businesses ceased restocking their inventories. Demand in freight tonne kilometres rose 1.7 percent in March compared, with the year-earlier period, which is 5 ...Read More

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Air freight volumes rise 7%

Air cargo volumes at the world's 20 busiest airports grew 6.8% in 2017. Hong Kong was again the number one freight hub. Airports Council International (ACI) reported that the top 20 cargo hubs handled 51m tonnes in total last year, ...Read More

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Freight growth increase in Europe

Freight traffic growth at European airports improved in January, increasing by 8.4% year on year according to ACI Europe. Airports in EU countries showed 6.4% of growth for the month while non-EU airports did significantly better, their cargo traffic increasing ...Read More

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Courier businesses in China use international freight flights

Chinese private courier companies are increasingly using international freight flights as global e-commerce booms. Earlier this month a cargo airline company opened a freight air route between cities in northeast China and Ulan Bator, the capital of Mongolia. They also ...Read More

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Global air freight demand expects seven-year high

The rise in air freight demand in November puts the air cargo industry on track for the strongest performance since the post-global financial crisis rebound in 2010, IATA said. The growth in freight demand comes despite indicators pointing to air ...Read More

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French Air Freight Specialists Preparing for Beaujolais Nouveau

The annual Beaujolais Nouveau is in progress, and freight cargo companies are working with airlines to ensure the timely delivery of over 3,000 tonnes of this year's new young wine to customers in Asia. Freight forwarding teams spend several weeks ...Read More

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Air freight hits double digit growth

Global freight ton kilometers (FTKs) posted double-digit growth. According to the International Air Freight Index's (IATA) July 2017 report, the freight volumes increased for the fourth time in five months. IATA's H1 2017 report last month showed that in 2016, ...Read More

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Freight forwarders report increased air volumes

A major freight forwarderreports that airfreight volumes have grown at almost double the market rate during the first half of the year, with performance improving during the second quarter. The freight forwarder saw first-half airfreight demand increase by 18%, while ...Read More

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Strong transpacific air freight demand

Shippers need to be prepared for expensive air charters on the transpacific route in the fourth quarter of the year. E-commerce sales and volcanic ash will begin to affect airline freight capacity. Freight forwarders and carriers are currently reporting record ...Read More

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Outlook for air freight good, says IATA

The outlook for air freight is still healthy, according to the airline association which has published its air cargo stats for the three months ending April. The news has been good for air freight but not perhaps if you are ...Read More

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Three freight companies increase use of China-Europe rail

Three leading freight companies have announced plans to increase their usage of rail services between China and Europe. The growth of rail freight service between China and Europe hasn't been entirely good news, however. As the Railway Gazette has revealed, ...Read More

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Rwanda: Horticulture Exports to Soar – Airlines Cut Freight Charges

Rwanda has intensified efforts over the past few years to increase exports, particularly for non-traditional trade products like flowers, vegetables and fruits. These efforts have encountered various challenges, including the high cost of air freight and other logistical issues, such ...Read More

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Freight Demand Continues Slow Recovery

Air freight demand was up 6.9 percent in January, as export orders increased and the shipping of consumer electronic parts witnessed a steady rise, IATA said in its monthly update. Africa had the biggest regional jump in demand, 24.3 percent, ...Read More

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November Air Freight Demand Strong

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) recently released data for world air freight markets showing that demand, measured in freight tonne kilometers (FTKs), rose 6.8% in November 2016 compared to the previous year. This was a slight slowdown from the ...Read More

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Australia air freight crunch affects exports of fancy foods

An unprecedented shortage of air cargo space, after years of booming exports to Asia, is forcing Australian producers of premium foods to potentially miss out on hundreds of millions of dollars in exports of everything from lobster to cherries. Australia ...Read More

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Air freight demand growth gathers pace in July

Demand for global air freight rose 5 percent in July, at the fastest rate in almost 18 months, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) said last week. The positive result in spite of subdued global trade, IATA said. "July was ...Read More

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Dispute holds up freight at Surabaya airport

International cargo operations at Juanda International Airport in Surabaya, East Java, face delays. State airport operator Angkasa Pura and publicly listed cargo and ground-handling firm Jasa Angkasa Semesta have become involved in a dispute. JAS suspended the handling of international ...Read More

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Air freight firms get rebates from Changi

In Singapore the challenging outlook for the global air freight industry has prompted Changi Airport Group to offer about $14 million in rebates for firms in the industry. A one-time rebate for cargo carriers, and firms helping companies organise air ...Read More

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Freight Transport Association welcomes Heathrow air freight expansion

The announcement that Heathrow plans to double the volume of air freight cargo was described as brilliant news for industry and the UK economy by the Freight Transport Association. The FTA has said that Heathrow’s proposals recognise the vital importance ...Read More

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Tianjin blast increases air freight demand

Intra-Asia supply chains are beginning to face disruption,following last week’s blasts at the port of Tianjin. Many companies are turning to air freight, in spite of its higher cost, in order to be able to move their freight out of ...Read More

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Global air freight slowing

Growth in demand for air freight is slowing, as world trade growth weakens, a leading air industry body said on last week. Air cargo volumes rose 3.3 percent in April, compared with average growth of 5.3 percent over the first ...Read More

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Global air freight demand up 1.6 % in March

Air freight volumes rose by 1.6 percent in March, the International Air Transport Association said on last week, continuing a steady growth path after February was boosted by the Chinese New Year. In the first quarter, air freight demand grew ...Read More

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Freight Forwarders urge an end air freight surcharges

Freight forwarders have urged airlines to simplify their surcharge schemes and move to inclusive pricing. Speaking at an air freight seminar at Multimodal in Birmingham last week, Doug Overett, UK business development director for CEVA, said: “I just want to ...Read More

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China air cargo forecast bleak

Chinese imports and exports account for 30 per ken of the global air freight market; it is the second largest exporter of high tech and fashion goods in the world. It is believed that 375000 shippers in China use air ...Read More

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Air freight symposium in Shanghai

A speaker at the recent IATA conference said that modal shift is reducing the volume of air freight.  He said that the airfreight industry lost five million tonnes of cargo to sea, road and rail freight. This had still enabled ...Read More

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Air freight symposium in Shanghai

In the IATA symposium held in Shanghai last month, the president of China Eastern warned of the need for the air freight industry to modernise its systems. Shanghai airport is the third largest airport in the world for air cargo, ...Read More

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Air Freight has Slow Start

On March 3, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) released statistics for global air freight markets showing a 3.2% expansion in freight tonne kilometers (FTKs) in January 2015 compared to the same month last year. The growth in freight volumes ...Read More

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Road Freight would increase without new airport capacity

The Freight Transport Association argues that - without additional airport hub capacity in London - additional trucking costs would be around £41.5 million in 2050 with potentially significant effects on freight users.Without additional capacity, the air freight industry and freight ...Read More

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Airport Expansion – Air Freight Report

The Freight Transport Association commissioned York Aviation, with support from Transport for London, to consider the potential long-term effects on the UK economy, the air freight industry and freight customers in the UK arising from the runway capacity options identified ...Read More

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Extra London airport capacity vital to freight

The Freight Transport Association said that “Extra airport runway capacity in London and the south east of England is vital to the UK economy” to the Airports Commission Consultation. The submission highlighted the importance of air freight, and focussed on ...Read More

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Air Freight Event

The Nordic Air Cargo Symposium will take place later this month in Stockholm. From 27-28 January, air freight industry leaders will discuss market trends and how to enhance collaboration between shippers, freight forwarders and air carriers. The theme is "Collaboration ...Read More

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Air freight November bounce

Demand for air freight in November, measured by freight tonnes, grew by 4.2 per cent compared with the previous year. The most significant growth was recorded by carriers in the Asia-Pacific and Middle East regions. The International Air Transport Association ...Read More

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Pharma shippers turn to sea freight for reliability

Pharmaceutical shippers have urged airlines to become more reliable, in a good-natured discussion at the Life Science and Pharmaceuticals conference last week in London. Global category leader for AstraZeneca, Julian Wann, said that by the end of next year the ...Read More

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Air Freight Growth in Middle East

The Middle East is expected to be the fastest growing region for air freight within the next five years.  Africa is second in line, followed by Asia-Pacific and Latin America.  The mature air freight markets of Europe and North America ...Read More

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Air cargo optimism

The International Air Transport Association's five year forecast predicts reasonable future air cargo growth. They suggest that international freight volumes a expected to increase as a compound annual growth rate of 4.1 per cent over the next five years. The ...Read More

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Heathrow calls for expansion as freight grows

The chief executive of Heathrow has re-iterated calls to expand the airport;its freight business grew rapidly last month. and Heathrow now handles a quarter of all UK exports by value. According to Heathrow's CEO, cargo traffic was up 7.8 per ...Read More

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Prediction of strong growth in freight traffic

Boeing is projecting that air cargo traffic will grow at an annual rate of 4.7 per cent over the next 20 years, with global air freight traffic expected to more than double by 2033. The company released its biennial World ...Read More

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Freight industry reaction to airport decision

The Aiports Commission to reject the so-called 'Boris Island' airport plan, has been broadly welcomed by the freight industry. The Freight Transport Association’s director  for global and European policy said: “Air freight accounts for about 40 per cent of UK ...Read More

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Air Freight Security a Major Issue

Members of the International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) are being asked to attend the advance data workshop at Air Cargo Forum 2014 to be held in South Korea in early October. Their request has been reinforced by the British International ...Read More

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Air Freight Good News

A four times weekly air freight service from Hong Kong to Paris to meet demand from French importers has been announced by a leading freight forwarding company. American Airlines and US Airways Cargo have produced May tonnage figures showing a ...Read More

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IATA release new data on air freight

Air freight growth has improved from a year ago, but high jet fuel prices and weakness in yields continue to hamper financial performance, according to recent data published by IATA. Consumers in Europe and the US are becoming more confident, ...Read More

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Freight debate for Australia airport

A new airport 60 miles from Sydney could soon become the destination for much of the freight bound for Sydney, according to critics of the new airport at Badgers Creek. Local residents hope that it will allow them to catch ...Read More

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Asia Air Freight Struggles

Air cargo traffic slowly rose through 2013 overall, particularly in the final quarter, but Asian airlines are struggling with air freight. Air freight markets improved steadily throughout 2013, with the highest volumes gained in December, up 1.8% on the previous ...Read More

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Leipzig/Halle air freight volumes increase again

Freight volumes at Leipzig/Halle Airport in Germany have set a record for the ninth time in a row. Leipzig/Halle handled 887,101 tonnes of freight in 2013, an increase of 2.7 percent. “Leipzig/Halle Airport has continued to enhance its position as ...Read More

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Tasmania wants Air freight subsidy

TASMANIA's biggest airport says that air freight should be subsidised by the Commonwealth. The Tasmanian Freight Equalisation Scheme covered sea freight but not air freight reduced freight market competition, Hobart Airport argued in a submission to the Productivity Commission's inquiry ...Read More

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Air freight growth for Middle East carriers

IATA statistics show that Middle Eastern carriers reported the largest increase in air cargo growth in November 2013, compared to the same month in the previous year. Middle Eastern carriers reported a 16.5 per cent jump in air freight, measured ...Read More

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Chennai airport losing freight revenue

The air freight station (AFS) at Chennai airport which was launched nearly five years ago has still not been put to effective use, say cargo agents and officials of Airports Authority of India (AAI). This has led to a delay ...Read More

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Freight Transport Association supports airport expansion

The Freight Transport Association (FTA) said the interim report published on 17 December emphasises the need for new airport capacity in the south east. The FTA has been campaigning for this for a long time, as it will enhance the ...Read More

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Slower freight growth for air cargo

A forecast from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) 2013-2017 shows that international freight volumes are expected to grow 17% over the next five years. This outlook incorporates a conservative estimate of the recovery in global economic activity. 'More than ...Read More

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Air Freight Traffic stabilising

Air cargo volumes have stabilised in September, following recent months of slow but steady growth.  Overall air freight volumes are at  a 25 month high.  Asia Pacific traffic experienced a 3.1% reduction in cargo activity, whereas Middle Eastern freight carriers ...Read More

Climate Controlled Freight at Heathrow

A new pharmaceutical centre at Heathrow airport has been opened by the freight business of BA and Iberia, to handle temperature sensitive pharmaceuticals. The facility includes two different zones for different types of cargo.  The Constant Climate service ensures that ...Read More

Air Freight jobs shrinking

France's flagship carrier, Air France, is planning to lose more than 300 cargo staff next year.  The airline will also be shedding jobs in the passenger sector.  The airline reduced its operating losses from freight by over 25% in the ...Read More

Precious Freight

More than 200 pieces of gold and ancient artefacts have been transported from Columbia in South America to London by air freight.  The objects will appear in an autumn exhibition at the British Museum called Beyond El Dorado.  The airline ...Read More

New Air Freight service to Chengdu

In September a new air cargo route from London Heathrow to Chengdu began operation. This will be the only direct air service between Chengdu Airport and Heathrow.   The air freight service is expected to run three times a week ...Read More

Freight Event Record

Multimodal 2014 will be 16% bigger than this year's show and is already 50% sold out.  As the UK's biggest supply chain event, it will feature seminars and master classes organised in conjunction with the Chartered Institute of Logistics and ...Read More

Edmonton Expanding for Cargo

Edmonton Airport in Alberta, Canada is investing in a Cargo Village to act as a catalyst for the economic prosperity of the region.  The Village included place for Customs, freight forwarders, air carriers, logistics and warehousing, and already has some ...Read More

Guangzhou to Frankfurt Air Freight Service

A new freighter service to Frankfurt uses a Boeing 777 200F.  Flights depart every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, providing 270 tonnes of cargo capacity per week.  Most of the import and export freight between China and Germany is high value-added ...Read More

Singapore’s Perishable Cargo facility

A new perishable cargo handling centre has been opened at the airfreight centre at Singapore Airpot.  The new centre can process 75000 tonnes of perishable freight annually, which includes fresh fruit, meat and pharmaceuticals.

Melbourne Cargo Facility

Melbourne Airport is constructing a cargo estate which will add about 2000 square metres of warehouse space. Melbourne is the leading airport for air freight exports, handling more than 40 per cent of all air freight leaving Australia.  The estate ...Read More

Turkish Air Freight expects growth

The freight service of Turkish Airlines has averaged a growth of 20 per cent over the past five years.  Although the first half of 2013 has been challenging, they believe that volumes will recover during the second half of the ...Read More

New Cargo Flights to Mid East and Africa

The freight business of British Airways and Iberia will be increasing flights from Heathrow to the Middle East and Africa from early 2014.  These cargo flights are aimed particularly at perishable freight, such as fresh fruit and vegetables. Increased flights ...Read More

Freight Growth at Leipzig

Freight volumes at Leipzig/Halle airport in Germany are increasing for the ninth year in succession. Over 400 000 tonnes of freight passed through the airport during the first half of 2013, which was an increase of 3.8 percent, and this ...Read More

Air cargo slump in Hong Kong

Cargo revenues for HOng Kong based air freight companies are falling, as demand remained weak.  Use of freighter planes has therefore been reduced, with freight being carried in the bellies of passenger aircraft.  Schedules from China were reduced and other ...Read More

Air Freight Rates falling

Air freight rates fell once more in June, bringing rates to their lowest level since Drewry's East West Air Freight Price Index was first published in May 2012. Air freight pricing is expected to remain under pressure until the end ...Read More

Dogs Search Air Freight

A training centre of explosive detection dogs is being established at Liege airport.  Dogs are more flexible at detecting explosives in air cargo than x-ray machines.  With an x-ray, each pallet of freight had to go through the scanner, so ...Read More

Air Freighting Luxury to Central Asia

A new air freight service has been launched to connect Europe to Central Asia. Consumer spending has risen sharply in many Asian countries, stimulating the import of luxury branded goods from Europe. The service is concentrating on moving high value ...Read More

Air Freight improves slightly

In April air freight markets improved slightly, with a 1.4% expansion in global air freight tonne kilometres. However, growth remains weak overall and IATA reported that current air freight volumes are not showing any improvement.

Air Freight Recovery

One of the sharpest increases in freight rates was for the Shanghai to Frankfurt route.  The price index rose 13.8% in April, while other routes saw more stability or decreases.  Commentators think that overall there is little cause for optimism ...Read More

Air Freight Capacity Crisis

Just less than 50% of all exports by value from the UK go by airfreight, and industry spokesmen fear that Uk airport capacity will not be able to sustain expected volume increases.  Heathrow processes around 65% of the UK air ...Read More

China quashes air freight

IATA statistics show that the late timing of the New Year in China had a detrimental effect on global air freight statistics in February.  Volumes were 6.2% lower than in the previous year.  North American and European cargo carriers posted ...Read More

New Air Freight Carrier for Norway

A low fare airline based in Norway has established a dedicated freight subsidiary to develop the carrier's freight carrying potential based on their existing 120 plus destinations. The first long haul destinations to be served will be New York and ...Read More

More air freight on passenger flights

British Airways will be increasing its flights between London and Seattle, which will enable the carrier to offer customers additional freight capacity on the route. Three new flights will start on October 27, and this will provide greater flexibility of ...Read More

New Cargo Flight to Tokyo

A new daily non-stop flight from Dubai to Tokyo will start on 3 June.  Haneda Airport in Tokyo is the second biggest airport in Asia, and the new flight will mean that total freight capacity for Dubai to Tokyo will ...Read More

Freight Association welcomes electronic bill

The British International Freight Association has welcomed the approval by IATA and FIATA of the standard for the multilateral electronic air waybill. The new bill will make numbers bilateral agreements between airlines and freight forwarders unnecessary. If airlines and freight ...Read More

Extra Air Freight Flights from China

Two new freighter services from Shanghai to Europe started last month.  This will enable freight to move more quickly to and from Zhengzhou in north-central China.  Both routes operate once a week.

New cargo freighter for Vietnam

The largest airport in northern Vietnam, Noi Bai in Hanoi,received its first Boeing 747-8 freighter service earlier this week.  Freight flights now go three times a week from Luxembourg to Hanoi, and to Ho Chi Minh City once a week. ...Read More

Air Freight volumes for 2012

In 2012 freight traffic handled at European airports decreased by 2.8% over the previous year.  The two Moscow gateways, Sheremetyevo and Domodedovo, however recorded significant increases in freight traffic.  The busiest European airport for freight traffic was Frankfurt.

Air Freight Growth

Air freight traffic in Europe grew by 1.9% in January, according to the Airports Council International. ACI wanted to emphasise that the increase in freight traffic is only a partial recover from the very low levels of January 2012. The ...Read More

Extra freight for Hong Kong

Extra freighter flights in the last weeks of the year promise to deliver an increased volume of air freight to Hong Kong's statistics.  Airlines have booked space for an extra 35 freighter flights, carrying export cargo to destinations including Tokyo, ...Read More

‘No growth’ Air Freight in Asia Pacific

Global air freight markets in July had shrunk 3.2 per cent compared with the previous year.  Middle East carriers reported an increase in freight demand, but in the Asia Pacific freight carriers saw volumes plunge 7.6 percent.  Cargo demand in ...Read More

Freight Facilities expand at Dubai

Improvements at Dubai International airport within the next few months means that the airport's annual freight capacity will increase to more than 3.1 million tonnes by 2018. There will also be a new tans shipment facility which will handle freight ...Read More

Apple aids air freight

Shipments of the new iPhone have helped the air freight industry recover from sharply falling prices, even as other shippers reduce spending by switching to sea freight.  Smart phones of all kinds now make up a huge proportion of air ...Read More

New Air Freight Service to Brazil

A new freight only air service to Manaus in Brazil is beginning, to serve the free trade zone which has developed in the state of Amazonas. The citys's  airport is Brazil’s third largest cargo airport, in terms of freight movements. Brazil ...Read More

New Air Freight Service for China

An air cargo carrier has just launched a new twice-weekly scheduled service to Chongqing, China. The flight from Luxembourg via Doha and Sharjah, lands at Chongqing’s Jianbai International Airport. The return route is via Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Baku.  The second ...Read More

Air Cargo Confidence

Confidence about the future of the air freight industry is improving, but the outlook is still uncertain as costs may increase due unstable fuel prices.  A survey conducted by the International Air Transport Association showed that financial officers  and heads ...Read More

Hyderabad Freight Ambitions

Hyderabad in India is aiming to become the main air freight hub for the country. Airlines are increasing their freighter services to and from Hyderabad, improving links with East and North Asia. The airport is within two hours flying time ...Read More

BIFA Freight Service Awards

In a couple of months entries will be invited for the 2012 BIFA Freight Service Awards; provisional categories for entries include air freight, European logistics, Project forwarding, and Young Freight Forwarder of the Year.  Deadline for sending in submissions will ...Read More

Brussels increases air freight

Results for the first quarter of 2012 show that Brussels airport increased its throughput of air freight by 3% over last year. The Chinese New Year holiday caused a slow start to the year, but cargo figures then grew by more ...Read More

Stable demand for air freight

In spite of may gloomy predictions earlier in the year, the latest statistics from the International Air Transport Association show that demand for air argo rose by 5.2% over the same period last year. Distorting factors include weaker traffic during the ...Read More

Air Freight companies fined

Several large air freight companies have been fined by the EU for price-fixing. Fourteen freight forwarders were fined a total of 169 million for operating an air freight cartel on several routes. The investigation centred on freight forwarding services from ...Read More

Brussels air freight reduction

Air freight volumes at Brussels airport are in decline, mirroring the overall slow down in global commercial activity. Last month cargo volumes decreased by 4.2%. The strongest decrease was recorded in the full freight segment. In January, Brussels Airport recorded 16,227 ...Read More

Air Freight grounded

Air freight through Europe's airports declined again in the second half of 2011, according to airports body ACI. Air freight traffic which is an indicator of economic well-being, increased at the start of last year, before turning negative in the ...Read More

Air freight Service suspended

The first going venture air cargo service in China has been suspended due to falling volumes of freight. The Shenzhen-based carrier  was founded in 2004 and operated a fleet of six B747 extended range freighters to destinations including Frankfurt and ...Read More

New Air Freight from Qatar

Twice weekly freight only flights will begin early in November to Atlanta and Houston early in November from Qatar. There will also be a weekly service to Toronto. The B77 freighter flights will fly from the Qatari capital of Doha ...Read More

New Air Freight Service to China

A new direct air freight service has been launched from Schipol airport in Amsterdam to Chongqing in China. The cargo service to one of China's major centres for the production of computers will operate twice a week.  There is a ...Read More

Air Freight double slump

The air-freight market declined by 3.8% in August compared with the same period last year, doubling the 1.8% fall in July, according to figures issued by the International Air Transport Association. The air-cargo market, which accounts for around a third ...Read More

Asia-Pacific air freight declining

The Association of Asia Pacific Airlines said last week that reduced freight volumes and cargo capacity indicate that the industry is heading for a dismal future.  Last month the international freight load factor fell to 64.5%, while capacity decline 3.1%. ...Read More

Air Freight Developments for Dublin

Initial agreements have been signed by the Dublin Airport Authority for a new freight logistics hub at Shannon airport. The new temperature-controlled warehouse would be build by a major US carrier, with infrastructures support from the DAA. The new facility ...Read More