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Stroomstoring hindert vliegverkeer Zaventem

Een stroomstoring van anderhalf uur heeft donderdagochtend voor flinke vertragingen gezorgd op de Belgische luchthaven...... » read more (via nieuwsbladtransport.nl), on 15/6/17

Heylen bouwt mega-dc met binnentuin

Groep Heylen ontwikkelt in Weert een zeer groot distributiecentrum met als bijzonderheid een binnentuin. Het project...... » read more (via nieuwsbladtransport.nl), on 15/6/17

Europa in gevecht over klimaatdoelen Parijs

Ook als de uitstoot van CO2 door de landbouw-, transport- en bouwsector in 2030 gemiddeld 30% lager is, is het onzeker...... » read more (via nieuwsbladtransport.nl), on 15/6/17

Neue Airline kündigt Hamburg-Strecke an

Neue Airline kündigt Hamburg-Strecke an

Die neugegründete Powdair will zwischen Hamburg und Sion (Schweiz) fliegen. Wie der deutsche Airport mitteilt, sollen die Flüge ab Mitte Dezember zweimal wöchentlich stattfinden.... » read more (via airliners.de), on 15/6/17

DFS verwirft offenbar neues Anflugverfahren

DFS verwirft offenbar neues Anflugverfahren

Es sollte Lärm am Flughafen Frankfurt verringern - doch jetzt ist das Landeverfahren "Point Merge" aus Sicht der Deutschen Flugsicherung (DFS) für den hessischen Standort keine Option mehr, so ein Medienbericht.... » read more (via airliners.de), on 15/6/17

Hop kündigt neue Winter-Strecke ab Hamburg an

Hop kündigt neue Winter-Strecke ab Hamburg an

Hamburg-Nantes - diese Strecke will die Air-France-Tochter Hop ab dem 29. Oktober aufnehmen. Ende Oktober beginnt der Winterflugplan. Wie die Arline weiter mitteilte, werde die Route dreimal pro Woche angeboten.... » read more (via airliners.de), on 15/6/17

Welche Infos tauschen Kabine und Cockpit während des Flugs aus?

Welche Infos tauschen Kabine und Cockpit während des Flugs aus?

Antworten aus dem CockpitWas muss der Kapitän wissen, wenn ein Passagier erkrankt? Und interessiert die Flugbegleiter ein Jetstream? Langstreckenpilot Nikolaus Braun erklärt, wie die Zusammenarbeit an Bord funktioniert.... » read more (via airliners.de), on 15/6/17

Electronic AWBs top 50 percent, but can goal be reached?

Fifty is a great round number to celebrate, but it also tends to be a milestone that leads to some soul-searching and sometimes a mid-life crisis. After years of encouragement and industry incentives by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the penetration rate for IATA members adopting electronic air waybills (e-AWBs) has finally topped the 50 percent mark, meaning that, for the fir... » read more (via aircargoworld.com), on 14/6/17

Airfreight yield and demand growth accelerate in May

With results in from many of the world’s major cargo carriers and airports, it looks like air freight demand growth in May was extremely strong – perhaps not as strong as in March 2017, but an improvement over April (which was by no means weak). From the revenue data available, it appears that yields also increased sharply last month. Our sister publication, Cargo Facts reports: Air freight demand... » read more (via aircargoworld.com), on 14/6/17

U.K. aviation, freight groups clash over possible Brexit negotiation delays

A full week after the surprise results of the U.K. general election that denied the Conservative Party a majority in Parliament, more aviation and freight groups are weighing in about possible delays in the negotiations over Great Britain’s planned exit from the European Union, or the “Brexit.” The traditional “Queen’s Speech” that Queen Elizabeth II reads to the sitting Prime Minister to... » read more (via aircargoworld.com), on 14/6/17

American Cargo Monthly: LATAM finally registers a demand improvement

LATAM Cargo has reported a year-on-year improvement in its monthly traffic for the first time in two-and-a-half years, while US carriers continue to see improving monthly figures. The Santiago-headquartered airline saw cargo traffic during May increase by 1.3% year on year to reach 271m revenue tonne km (FTK). Click on the chart below to view interactive version The last time the airline register... » read more (via aircargonews.net), on 14/6/17

Kuehne + Nagel Singapore and Cleantech Solar enter into 20-year solar energy partnership

Laurent Simon, Managing Director of Kuehne + Nagel Singapore and Malaysia: “Kuehne + Nagel has a clear goal to minimise environmental impact and the use of renewable energy is an integral part of our sustainability targets. Solar-as-a-service is the ideal extension to this logistics hub which was built according to highest environmental standards. As a service provider, Kuehne + Nagel is a solid p... » read more, on 14/6/17

Münchner Flughafenchef neuer Präsident des ACI Europe

Münchner Flughafenchef neuer Präsident des ACI Europe

Michael Kerkloh, Geschäftsführer des Flughafen Münchens, ist zum neuen Präsidenten des Airport Council International Europe gewählt worden. Dies teilte der bayerische Flughafen mit. Kerkloh ist bisher Vizepräsident des ACI Europe.... » read more (via airliners.de), on 14/6/17

A350-Triebwerke kommen künftig auch aus Deutschland

A350-Triebwerke kommen künftig auch aus Deutschland

Die Motoren für Flugzeuge des Typs A350 kommen in Zukunft auch aus Dahlewitz bei Berlin. Dort hat Rolls-Royce nun eine Montagelinie gestartet. Die Produktion der Triebwerke soll in Dahlewitz Arbeitsplätze sichern.... » read more (via airliners.de), on 14/6/17

Verspätete Flugzeuge müssen in Hamburg bis zu 700 Prozent mehr zahlen

Verspätete Flugzeuge müssen in Hamburg bis zu 700 Prozent mehr zahlen

Der Hamburger Flughafen hat wie angekündigt eine neue Entgeltordnung eingeführt. Ab sofort sind verspätete Starts- und Landungen deutlich teurer. Auch die Zuschläge für laute Flugzeuge werden verdoppelt.... » read more (via airliners.de), on 14/6/17

Airlines and shipping step up to maintain supply lines as Qatar battles blockade

Airlines and shipping step up to maintain supply lines as Qatar battles blockade

As Qatar battles major boycotts, Oman’s ports of Sohar and Salalah are set to handle its regional sea trade, while airlines, including Iran Air, are carrying large quantities of food imports. Since last week, when seven countries cut ties to Qatar, carriers have been working out new routings to avoid a direct link between the UAE’s ports and Qatar’s. With container hubs at Jebel Ali, Khar Fakkan,... » read more (via theloadstar.co.uk), on 14/6/17

Air NZ appeal on Australian cartel case rejected by High Court

Air NZ appeal on Australian cartel case rejected by High Court

Air New Zealand and Garuda Indonesia’s hopes of overturning a 2016 ruling that they colluded on implementing cargo surcharges has been dealt a near fatal blow, with the Australian High Court rejecting their appeal. Fifteen carriers were caught up in the legal action, which was initially dismissed in 2014 before a ruling last year held in favour of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission... » read more (via theloadstar.co.uk), on 14/6/17

Qatar Airways calls on ICAO to lift "illegal" airspace ban

Qatar Airways Group chief executive Akbar Al Baker has called on the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to lift what it describes as the illegal airspace ban it faces in Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt. In a statement issued earlier today, the airline said 90% of its flights had managed to depart within 15 minutes of schedule despite the airspace ban, implem... » read more (via aircargonews.net), on 14/6/17

Airbus liefert erste A320neo an Easyjet aus

Airbus liefert erste A320neo an Easyjet aus

Easyjet hat eigenen Angaben zufolge ihre erste Maschine des Typs A320neo erhalten. Insgesamt hat der britische Low-Cost-Carrier 100 Stück dieses Modells bestellt, wie aus Airbus-Angaben hervorgeht.... » read more (via airliners.de), on 14/6/17

Delta Air Lines promotes Eric Wilson to head up global cargo sales

Delta Air Lines promotes Eric Wilson to head up global cargo sales

Delta Air Lines Cargo has appointed Eric Wilson (pictured above) as managing director of cargo global sales, replacing Rob LeBel. Mr Wilson is moving up from his role as director of cargo sales in Asia Pacific – a position he has held since 2015. He has 25 years’ experience in the aviation sector, the last nine of which have been at Delta Air Lines Cargo, having previously worked for United Airlin... » read more (via theloadstar.co.uk), on 14/6/17

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