Industry News

  • Newsletter - September 30, 2022

    AIR FREIGHT UPDATES How Canadian LCC Flair Intends To Increase Its Capacity By 50% Next Summer Earlier today, Flair Airlines announced that it would increase its summer 2023 capacity by 50% and will add seven new aircraft into service next summer. In a call with the media earlier today, Flair Airlines shared a few significant...

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    AIR FREIGHT UPDATES Air cargo still benefiting from high cost of box shipping Air cargo will continue to benefit from the narrowing of pricing compared with ocean shipping despite that difference coming down in recent months. Speaking on day one of the IATA World Cargo Symposium (WCS), IATA chief economist Marie Owens...

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    AIR FREIGHT UPDATES Hurricane Ian: More Than 2,000 Flights Canceled In The US Thousands of flights in the US have been canceled as Hurricane Ian begins to make landfall. Over 350 flights were canceled on Tuesday and another 1,900 on Wednesday as the Category 4 storm approaches Florida. Read more here.   Delhi...

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    AIR FREIGHT UPDATES ICAO Assembly: Outlining The Future Of Sustainable Aviation The whole world of international aviation has been waiting for the 41st Assembly of the United Nation's aviation body ICAO this fall. Starting on Tuesday, the session, held at the ICAO headquarters in Montreal, Canada, will go on until October...

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  • Newsletter - September 26, 2022

    AIR FREIGHT UPDATES A lift for belly capacity on the way after Hong Kong lifts hotel quarantine rule Hong Kong has finally scrapped its hotel quarantine rule, paving the way for extra bellyhold cargo capacity and a potential boost to the city’s ailing economy. Previously, travellers entering Hong Kong had to quarantine...

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