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No layoffs for China Airlines thanks to cargo operations

The Chairman Hsieh Shih-Chien of China Airlines said today in the shareholders meeting that the salary and work hour reduction due to the impact of COVID-19 will end by July.The flag-carrier from Taiw...


VILMA VAITIEKUNAITE

Intradco Global charters world’s largest aircraft for PPE

The world’s largest aircraft arrived into Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) at 09.51 am local time, having flown from Tianjin Binhai International Airport (TSN) with fuel stops at Chubu Ce...


Edvinas Andrijevskis

Swiss modifies 4 more Boeing 777 aircraft for cargo-only flights

Switzerland’s flag carrier Swiss International Air Lines have reported to be carrying out modifications on 4 of their Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.Previously, Swiss had disclosed plans to remove all ec...


Edvinas Andrijevskis

Boeing 747 is back in full swing during COVID-19

The recent years have been harsh for Queen of The Skies – The Boeing 747, with airlines announcing retirement plans left and right, the older models of the jumbo were destined to meet their days par...


AeroTime Team

Bomb threat prompts Anchorage Airport temporary closure

Anchorage Airport, currently claiming to be the world’s busiest airport, has reopened for incoming flights after a security incident on May 2, 2020. A cargo flight, bound to Asia, diverted to the airport because of a bomb threat, earlier in the day....


Avion Express

Avion Express enters cargo transportation market

Originally established as a cargo and passenger airline back in 2005, Avion Express, leading ACMI operator with 15 years of experience, announced re-entering the airfreight market.This move comes as a...


AeroTime Team

Training the next generation of dangerous goods handlers

While dangerous goods can ‒ and are ‒ transported by air, people working with them, from ground handlers to security personnel, must receive specific training first. Speaking at AIR Convention Europe 2019, Leyla Danceli from Turkish Airlines Aviation Academy, shares what methods are used in training the next generation of DGR handlers at her institution. ...


AeroTime Team

Boeing forecasts air cargo traffic to double in 20 years

Boeing projects air cargo operators will need more than 2,600 freighters over the next two decades to keep up with increasing global freight traffic, which is expected to double with 4.2 percent growth annually....


AeroTime Team

Air cargo needs modernization, says ICAO

Air freight volumes will grow at a healthy rate of 4.2 per cent annually through to 2032, but only if current air cargo modernization continues to be robustly and cooperatively pursued by governments and industry, according to ICAO...


Ruta Burbaite

Southern Air pilots reach agreement but workplace issues remain

Following a two-week long voting process, pilots at Southern Air have ratified a Letter of Agreement (LOA) to improve their working conditions and wages....