Hyderabad launches dedicated platform for cargo charters

India’s Hyderabad International Airport, which has witnessed an encouraging demand for cargo charters in the segments like pharmaceuticals, engineering goods, telecom, defence and
aerospace commodities, has launched “Hyderabad Cargo Charter Circle (HC3)” – a dedicated platform to facilitate cargo charter

Air India faces mass resignation of its A-320 pilots

Indian media reports say that national carrier Air India is facing mass resignations of its pilots as they are unhappy with their salary and promotion. Around 120 Airbus A-320 pilots have
tendered their resignation after their demands for a salary

DSV halving workforce at former Panalpina Headquarters in Basel

DSV, which finalized its acquisition of Panalpina in AUG19, thus creating the world’s second largest freight-forwarding company, has this week informed staff at Panalpina’s former
headquarters in Basel about its on-going restructuring plans which may mean a reduction of up

Breaking News – Volga-Dnepr suffering turbulence

The Ulyanovsk, Russia-based charter carrier Volga-Dnepr Airlines seems to be in severe financial trouble. This was confirmed to CargoForwarder Global by insiders and is reported by in an article published on 14 October. According to the information, the company’s

Frankfurt-Hahn Airport starts marketing offensive

Christoph Goetzmann, Managing Director of Frankfurt Hahn Airport (HNA) told CargoForwarder Global during the Caspian Cargo Summit held in Baku, Azerbaijan from 8-9 October, that Hahn’s
management has launched a marketing campaign promoting the airport as the 5th runway of