Cargo volume sees double-digit growth at Hong Kong in April
Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) saw its cargo throughput increase by 15.5% year-on-year to 389,000 tonnes as...
Korean Air expects cargo business in Q2 to remain positive
Korean Air expects its cargo business to stay positive for the second quarter after it recorded a fourth consecutive...
U.S. ports, including the Port of Long Beach, are facing a relentless surge of imports. Railroads, truck traffic and warehouses are all experiencing a knock-on effect.
U.S. ports continue to struggle with import tsunami
The premier U.S. ocean gateway complex of Los Angeles and Long Beach is seeing no respite from the
Chinese container ports volumes up 17.8% in mid-April
Container volume at eight major Chinese ports like Port of Shanghai — the world's busiest container port in 20...
Fraport saw record volumes in April despite belly capacity squeeze
Frankfurt Airport (FRA) said its cargo volumes reached a new high for April last month despite belly capacity shortage...
Cainiao launches 1st cargo flight between China, Hungary to meet rising demand
Cainiao Smart Logistics, the logistics arm of Alibaba Group, has announced the launch of its first direct cargo flight...
Port of LA posts record volumes for 7th month — trend in the “right direction”
Port of Los Angeles handled 946,966 Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units (TEUs) in April, up 37% compared to the same month...
Cathay Pacific Cargo touts 100% RACSFs cargo screening in HK
Cathay Pacific Cargo said after a "tumultuous period" there has been some good news in the backg...
Atlas Air, Polar Air Cargo receive IATA CEIV Pharma certification
Atlas Air, Inc. and Polar Air Cargo Worldwide, Inc. have each achieved the Center of Excellence for Independent...
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Airlines, including UPS, above, are hanging on to planes that were supposed to be out of service by now, or even reactivated old freighters, to handle a surge in air cargo, a challenge which has only been made worse by a severe lack of bellyhold capacity.
Scramble for freighters has no end in sight
Lufthansa Cargo has been adding Boeing 777-200 freighters to its fleet at the rate of knots. Last
Major shipping companies have reaffirmed their commitment to avoid the Northern Sea Route amid renewed debates on the merits of using the route on the back of recent events that continue to disrupt the global supply chain.
Major liners reject use of Arctic routes for shipping amid renewed push following the Suez Canal jam
Major shipping companies have reaffirmed their commitment to avoid the Northern Sea Route (NSR)
IATA: Air cargo demand reaches all-time high in March, up from pre-Covid levels
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) said global air cargo markets showed air cargo
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