Cargo

Gatwick Airport sees cargo volumes doubling if runway plans approved

London’s Gatwick Airport predicts it will double cargo volumes if it get approval to use its Northern Runway on a routine basis  ...


How cargo is easing the financial pain of the pandemic for carriers

The COVID-19 pandemic has wrought havoc on airline financial results. Cargo is a bright spot for many.  ...


Kenya Airways leases Embraer E190 aircraft to Congo Airways

Kenya Airways leases two Embraer E190 aircraft to Congo Airways in cargo deal....


Covid-inspired innovation: how is cargo stored in a passenger cabin?

AeroTime examines the most popular COVID-19-inspired innovations used for freight carriage in a passenger plane cabin.  ...


BBAM confirms two converted A321 P2F freighters for Lufthansa Cargo

Lufthansa Cargo is expanding its freighter fleet by leasing two airbus A321P2F (passenger-to-freighter) cargo jets from BBAM.   ...


Cargo giants: which aircraft can carry the most freight?

 Some freighters have a greater capacity than others when it comes to carrying unusually large heavy goods. ...


US carrier Eastern Airlines to launch cargo arm with converted B777s

American carrier Eastern Airlines is launching a cargo arm, Eastern Air Cargo, which will operate a fleet of 35 converted Boeing 777 aircraft.  ...


Air cargo growth to continue into year-end peak: IATA

IATA expects the strong growth seen in air cargo to continue in the peak freight period at the end of the year, though warns of risks from new COVID outbreaks  ...


Boeing 767 freighter suffers tail strike, but continues flying for 8 hours

A Boeing 767 freighter suffers tail strike on departure from Japan, but continues an 8-hour-long flight to Canada.  ...


SpiceJet cargo arm applies for separate AOC

SpiceJet's cargo arm SpiceXpress applied for a separate AOC....