IATA boss makes post-pandemic cargo call

IATA has urged the air cargo industry to work, post-COVID-19, with the same levels of cooperation as during the pandemic

IATA launches lithium battery certification

IATA has created a new industry certification programme to improve the handling and transport of lithium batteries across the supply chain

Biak Airport cargo plans announced

Indonesian operator Angkasa Pura Airports is to develop the cargo facilities at Biak’s Frans Kaisiepo Airport in Papua

Lufthansa extends contract with WFS in Ireland

Lufthansa has extended its cargo handling contract with Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) in Ireland

Riga cargo flights continue to soar

The number of cargo flights serviced at Riga Airport continued to grow in September, showing a 56% increase over the same period in 2019

ACI launches new guidance on developing airport cargo operations

The intention of the advice is to enable airports to better understand and identify opportunities for development of cargo strategies

Schiphol sees increased freight operations during first half of 2021

The surge comes as the airport strides towards a fresh strategy with a greater focus on cargo flights

Dnata expands cargo operations at Sydney Airport

The five-year lease includes the expansion of the firm’s freight facility, accommodating to the growth in demand within the region

Autonomous technology firm launches new luggage and cargo platform

The new vehicle is set to improve efficiency at airports and could cut costs

Menzies grows cargo team with five new appointments

The new hires are set to expand and support the cargo division with operations

MIA achieves major cargo volume milestones

The final three months of last year were the busiest the airport had ever recorded

Coronavirus: Airbus Confirms New Cargo Pallet System

European aircraft manufacturer, Airbus is developing a conversion system that will allow freight pallets to be installed on the cabin floor of the A330 and A350 widebody passenger aircraft. The solution will enable airlines to mount cargo shipments to the seat tracks following the removal of the economy-class seats.