Passenger seats jam-packed with cargo

The number of airlines deploying some of their long-haul Boeing or Airbus pax jetliners to carry cargo in passenger cabins is rising fast. Their step is a reaction to the thinning out or
total halt of passenger services leading to

Europe leaves the comfort zone

Night flight bans have been abolished, so have old slot dogmas, and trucking is now permitted even on Sundays and public holidays. This is the political response to an uprising public
call to readjust the European industrial landscape following the

Russia develops Flying Wing

Following concept studies of delta-winged aircraft presented by Airbus and Boeing, Russian aviation experts of Moscow-based Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute (TsAGI) came up with their
own triangle-shaped aircraft model called ‘Flying Wing’. A series of tests in the Institute’s wind tunnel

Senator intensifies the transatlantic air bridge

With immediate effect, forwarding agent Senator International has increased the number of freighter operations linking Hahn Airport in Germany with Greenville-Spartanburg, South Carolina,
from formerly 4/7 to daily. Although the Hamburg-based logistics company does not mention the name of its

Exclusive – AMS wants full ownership of Cargonaut

Amsterdam Airport is preparing to take full ownership of the data exchange system, Cargonaut, which will be upgraded to a genuine data platform. The umbrella organization, Air Cargo
Netherlands (ACN), expects that the business community can be involved, says Managing