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IATA: Air freight continues decline

GENEVA, Switzerland - The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced global traffic results for October.

American Airlines Cargo wins international award

FORT WORTH, Texas - American Airlines Cargo announced today that, for the fourth year in a row, it has been voted Best Air Cargo Carrier from The Americas by the readers of the London-based publicatio

Air China launches first freight route from Dalian to Europe

BEIJING, China - At 10:20 am an Air China Cargo B747-400 freighter aircraft took off from Dalian Zhoushuizi International Airport heading to Frankfurt, Germany, via Shanghai's Pudong International Air

First ever Cargo Conference colocated with World Routes sees over 100...

VANCOUVER, Canada - Air Cargo Week’s (ACW) Air Cargo Conference, the first ever cargo conference to be colocated with World Routes, proved to be a great success.

Lufthansa cargo plane crashed in Saudi Arabia

A Deutsche Lufthansa AG freight aircraft was destroyed after crash-landing in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, at 12:38 am local time today, a Lufthansa spokesman said.

25% of airline cargo not screened by TSA

Nine years after the September 11 terrorist attacks, the Transportation Security Administration has tightened passenger screening.

Railway to link Uganda and Southern Sudan

Reports emerged in the local media last week that the

Airlines may struggle with 2010 cargo screening rule

Passenger airlines such as American Airlines and Delta Air Lines Inc., along with freight shippers, will be hard-pressed to meet a deadline requiring all air cargo to be screened for security by mid-2

Singapore Air Cargo pilots offered unpaid leave on demand slump

Singapore Airlines Ltd., the world’s biggest airline by market value, said its cargo unit is offering pilots as much as 30 months’ unpaid leave because of slumping air-freight demand.

Renowned King Tut exhibit returns to the US

FORT WORTH, TX (September 18, 2008) - Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs, the exhibition that drew nearly 4 million visitors during its four-city US tour in 2005-2007, returns to the Unite

Hawaii loses 85% of air cargo capability

Hawaii's economy, reeling from the loss of thousands of jobs with the demise of Aloha Airlines' passenger service, the closure of Molokai Ranch and NCL America's decision to pull out two of its ships, now faces the loss of a vital transportation link with the shutdown of Aloha's cargo operations.

Aloha Airlines shuts down cargo operations

Aloha Airlines said today it is shutting down its interisland cargo operations.Aloha, which carries 85 percent of all goods by air between the islands, said its lender, GMAC Commercial Finance LLC was unwilling to provide further financing.