Industry News

  • Newsletter - September 16, 2021

    AIR FREIGHT UPDATES Boeing’s Second 737 MAX 10 Prototype Takes First Flight Boeing’s second prototype 737 MAX 10 has completed its first flight. The aircraft yesterday flew from Renton, where it was built, to Boeing Field. Having been used for certification work, the aircraft will eventually go on to be delivered to United...

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  • Newsletter - September 15, 2021

    AIR FREIGHT UPDATES Lufthansa Cargo offers CO2 ‘neutral’ freight service Lufthansa Cargo is offering all of its customers the option of CO2 neutral transportation on segments utilising freighter flights. The airline will achieve the CO2 neutrality through the use of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) and certified offsetting...

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  • Newsletter - September 14, 2021

    AIR FREIGHT UPDATES Air Canada Reroutes Hong Kong Flights Via Seoul To Avoid Flight Ban Air Canada has decided to re-route its Hong Kong-bound flights via the South Korean capital of Seoul. The decision comes after some of the airline’s crew have had to quarantine in Hong Kong following a reported positive coronavirus...

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  • Newsletter - September 13, 2021

    AIR FREIGHT UPDATES PIA Operates First Commercial Kabul Flight Since US Forces Left Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has become the first airline to return to Kabul, Afghanistan since the Taliban took control of the country. The airline arrived this morning with a Boeing 777 on a chartered service. Around 100 people...

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  • Newsletter - September 9, 2021

    AIR FREIGHT UPDATES 'No capacity left' for ad hoc peak season bookings, says ABC Without the normal air cargo slowdown over the summer, there’s “no capacity left” in the scheduled freighter market heading into peak season. According to Eric Lamare, APAC director of scheduled cargo at Volga-Dnepr Group’s AirBridgeCargo,...

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