Competition is fierce for airfreight operators in Central Europe as they look to increase volumes and make the most of their location...
Airlines in Asia Pacific made a loss of $50 million in 2014 compared to a $2.2 billion profit in 2013, despite cargo revenue rising, according to the Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA)...
The UK government has been warned by over 100 business leaders that failure to expand runway capacity is risking future economic growth and the country’s global competitiveness...
Malaysia is a country with a mixed picture, with some operators very optimistic about its prospects and others finding business conditions challenging...
HONG KONG INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (HKIA) continues its trend of fluctuating monthly cargo figures in 2015, as it saw volumes fall by 0.7 per cent in April compared to the same month in 2014...
THE Aeroflot Group has seen cargo volumes in April increase by 9.2 per cent to 14,598 tonnes, but the total for the first four months of the year is still...
Loss in 2014 for Asia Pacific airlines
Call for US Open Skies agreements to be kept
Cargo drone campaign relaunched
Businesses demand UK runway action
MP says Manston could open mid-2016
Cargo revenue fall at Latam Airlines
Singapore losses decline in 2014
Cathay Pacific sees volumes rise
Slowdown in Asia Pacific
Hong Kong posts volumes fall
Global reach for TIACA team
Prepare for e-commerce or lose
Aircraft makers to take lithium stand
US export pilot to be announced
Airbus conversions to be started
Relief effort in Nepal continues
BACA survey is all positive
Volumes rise in April at Aeroflot
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