Cargo airline SF Airlines has announced that it has received its 50th cargo aircraft. The new aircraft marks an important milestone for the carrier.
Aeronautical Engineers Inc. (AEI) has announced, that it has gained the approval by Transport Canada to convert CRJ200 to freighter aircraft.
Aircraft manufacturer Boeing and Turkish Airlines have announced, that the carrier will order three additional Boeing 777 Freighter for its cargo division Turkish Cargo.
Under a seven-year lease, SkyTaxi has received a Boeing 767-200 converted freighter from Air Transport Services Group, Inc (ATSG). The deal includes the option of leasing a second 767-200 freighter.
Air France KLM Cargo is improving its customers’ “commercial digital journey” with two customer platforms: myCargo and What Counts, the latter being designed specifically for small and medium sized agents. myCargo was launched mid-2017.
Retailer company JD Logistics has announced, that it has entered the all-cargo air freight market through a partnership with Tianjin Air Cargo.
Doncaster Airport has released, that Aero Centre Yorkshire has applied for building an extensive logistics and manufacturing facility at the airport´s ground.
US aircraft manufacturer Boeing has published details of its air cargo traffic forecast and expects major growth in the next decades.
Liege Airport has announced a cooperation with the Russian cargo carrier AirBridgeCargo which could enable Liege to become one of the top 5 cargo airports in Europe by 2020.
Jota Aviation is set to launch freighter operations in October 2018. With new Bae 146-300 QT freighters, the operator will enter into the air cargo branch.