• TIACA rolls out professional development workshop program at Air Cargo Forum
  • Air Cargo leaders call for collaboration as TIACA’S ACF opens in Seoul
  • AIRBRIDGECARGO wins a transport ‘Oscar’
  • TSA Administrator John Pistole to speak at TIACA’S Air Cargo Forum
  • Air New Zealand Cargo has moved its Heathrow operations closer to the airport
  • TIACA rolls out professional development workshop program at Air Cargo Forum

    TIACA rolls out professional development workshop program at Air Cargo Forum

    TIACA’s next Air Cargo Professional Development Workshop is planned to take place in Johannesburg, South Africa, in February, delegates at the ACF heard today. The three-day course, designed to develop management skills for air cargo professionals, will be the first in a global series of up to four next year, […]

  • Air Cargo leaders call for collaboration as TIACA’S ACF opens in Seoul

    Air Cargo leaders call for collaboration as TIACA’S ACF opens in Seoul

    The air cargo industry must work closely with regulators to deliver safe, reliable, efficient global trade, delegates at The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA)’s Air Cargo Forum (ACF) heard today. TIACA took to the stage with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the World Customs Organization (WCO) to pledge […]

  • AIRBRIDGECARGO wins a transport ‘Oscar’

    AIRBRIDGECARGO wins a transport ‘Oscar’

    AirBridgeCargo Airlines (ABC), Russia’s largest scheduled cargo airline and part of Volga-Dnepr Group, has been awarded the ‘Best Cargo Airline’ Golden Chariot award at a ceremony in Berlin that is recognised as the ‘Oscars’ of the transport industry. The awards ceremony took place at the Kempinski Hotel in Berlin during […]

  • TSA Administrator John Pistole to speak at TIACA’S Air Cargo Forum

    TSA Administrator John Pistole to speak at TIACA’S Air Cargo Forum

    John Pistole, Transportation Security Administration (TSA) US Department Homeland Security Administrator, will address delegates at TIACA’s Air Cargo Forum (ACF) in Seoul, Korea, on October 8th.Pistole will update delegates on the latest air freight security regulation developments, and will address the issue of risk-based security measures. “The ACF provides an […]

  • Air New Zealand Cargo has moved its Heathrow operations closer to the airport

    Air New Zealand Cargo has moved its Heathrow operations closer to the airport

    London:  In a move which will enhance customer service, Air New Zealand Cargo has moved its Heathrow operations closer to the airport, to the new dnata City at London Heathrow. The New Zealand flag carrier has moved into Unit Three of the purpose-built cargo logistics centre after 17 years at its previous […]

 

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TIACA rolls out professional development workshop program at Air Cargo Forum

TIACA rolls out professional development workshop program at Air Cargo Forum

TIACA’s next Air Cargo Professional Development Workshop is planned to take place in Johannesburg, South Africa, in February, delegates at the ACF heard today. The three-day course, designed to develop management skills for air cargo professionals, will be the first in a global series of up to four next year, […]

 
 

Air Cargo leaders call for collaboration as TIACA’S ACF opens in Seoul

Air Cargo leaders call for collaboration as TIACA’S ACF opens in Seoul

The air cargo industry must work closely with regulators to deliver safe, reliable, efficient global trade, delegates at The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA)’s Air Cargo Forum (ACF) heard today. TIACA took to the stage with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the World Customs Organization (WCO) to pledge […]

 
 

AIRBRIDGECARGO wins a transport ‘Oscar’

AIRBRIDGECARGO wins a transport ‘Oscar’

AirBridgeCargo Airlines (ABC), Russia’s largest scheduled cargo airline and part of Volga-Dnepr Group, has been awarded the ‘Best Cargo Airline’ Golden Chariot award at a ceremony in Berlin that is recognised as the ‘Oscars’ of the transport industry. The awards ceremony took place at the Kempinski Hotel in Berlin during […]

 
 

TSA Administrator John Pistole to speak at TIACA’S Air Cargo Forum

TSA Administrator John Pistole to speak at TIACA’S Air Cargo Forum

John Pistole, Transportation Security Administration (TSA) US Department Homeland Security Administrator, will address delegates at TIACA’s Air Cargo Forum (ACF) in Seoul, Korea, on October 8th.Pistole will update delegates on the latest air freight security regulation developments, and will address the issue of risk-based security measures. “The ACF provides an […]

 
 

Air New Zealand Cargo has moved its Heathrow operations closer to the airport

Air New Zealand Cargo has moved its Heathrow operations closer to the airport

London:  In a move which will enhance customer service, Air New Zealand Cargo has moved its Heathrow operations closer to the airport, to the new dnata City at London Heathrow. The New Zealand flag carrier has moved into Unit Three of the purpose-built cargo logistics centre after 17 years at its previous […]

 
 

Lambert-St. Louis chosen for streamlined Customs regime

Lambert-St. Louis chosen for streamlined Customs regime

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has admitted Lambert-St. Louis International Airport (STL) to its ACE (Automated Commercial Environment) Cargo Release Pilot, with immediate effect.  The ACE Cargo Release Pilot (formerly known as Simplified Entry) allows importers to file a streamlined set of data earlier in the import process, and […]

 
 

Malaysia Airlines announced a strategic partnership with Chennai based Ramco Systems

Malaysia Airlines announced a strategic partnership with Chennai based Ramco Systems

Malaysia Airlines today announced a strategic partnership with Chennai based Ramco Systems, an IT solutions provider, for a suite of critical enterprise-wide engineering solutions that includes aircraft maintenance, maintenance service sales, operational, human resources and financial functions. This advanced solution which integrates business processes and people, company-wide, will serve the […]

 
 

Schiphol cargo tonnage up 3.2% in 2013

Schiphol cargo tonnage up 3.2% in 2013

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol experienced 3.2% growth in cargo traffic in 2013, with the total of 1,531,089 tonnes coming close to the airport’s all-time record set in 2007. The final quarter was, as usual, the best of the year, with a total of 410,698 tonnes (up 8% on 2012). It also […]

 
 

Emirates SkyCargo Begins 2014 on a Winning Streak

Emirates SkyCargo Begins 2014 on a Winning Streak

Emirates SkyCargo, the freight division of Emirates, has added two highly coveted accolades to its impressive list of industry awards in the last few weeks. The airline was awarded the ‘International Cargo Airline of the Year’ by STAT Trade media group at the recently concluded Air Cargo India 2014 awards evening, […]

 
 

FedEx Express appoints David Binks as its regional president for Europe, Middle East, Indian Subcontinent and Africa

FedEx Express appoints David Binks as its regional president for Europe, Middle East, Indian Subcontinent and Africa

FedEx Express, a subsidiary of FedEx and leading cargo transportation company, has appointed David Binks as its regional president for Europe, Middle East, Indian Subcontinent and Africa (EMEA), effective from January 1, 2014. He will succeed Gerald P Leary, who is retiring from FedEx Express after 39 years of distinguished […]