Emirates launches Yangon and Hanoi
Emirates has launched its daily flight connection to Yangon and Hanoi. The new flight is operated with a Boeing...
CMA CGM modifies FAL 1
CMA CGM has reviewed the port coverage of its FAL 1 service and will be removing Zeebrugge and Dalian. The last vessel...
Hong Kong airport’s third-runway project, involving large-scale reclamation, is scheduled to be completed by 2023. (Photo: Hong Kong International Airport)
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SEKO expands in Hong Kong with new facility
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Wallem appoints Myanmar GM
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DHL introduces multimodal Mongolian connection
DHL Global Forwarding has launched road and multimodal freight services linking Mongolia to Europe and the US. The new...
UPS expands Worldwide Express
UPS has expanded its Worldwide Express Freight service to Bahrain, Bangladesh, Kuwait, Malta, Morocco, Pakistan, Qatar,...
WFS granted three handling contracts in France
Worldwide Flight Services has been awarded contracts in France for Air India, Icelandair and Rossiya/Aeroflot....
Lufthansa Cargo introduces private service and...
Lufthansa Cargo has launched a service for private customers and has taken complete ownership of the time:matters...
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Malaysia’s economy is projected to have healthy growth of between 4% to 5% in the long term. Two cargo airlines are counting on a strong economy to fuel their business. (Photo: Vlado Sestan)
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The large – and at one time promising – market of Brazil is much less active now compared to a few years ago. The contraction of Latin American economies, coupled with a large increase in passenger widebody belly capacity, has led to a reduction in the use of freighter aircraft between China and Latin America. (Photo: Bruno Leivas)
China-Latin America routes weathering economic...
Air cargo carriers serving the China-Latin America trade lane remain confident about its long-term
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