Lenders Take Jet Airways to Bankruptcy

The lenders’ consortium, led by State Bank of India (SBI), which had been tasked with finding potential buyers or investors for India’s debt-ridden Jet Airways, have given up on its
rescue effort after finding no buyer for Jet Airways.


Châteauroux Develops E-commerce Appetite

Châteauroux Airport, practically in the centre of France, has ambitions to become an e-commerce hub with a direct China link. So far, the cargo traffic at the airport has been a charter
business merely.

“Châteauroux is in fact an industrial

China Post Inks Pact With Huawei

Just days after the Chinese government launched a probe into U.S. express operator FedEx for re-routing Huawei’s parcels to the U.S., the embattled Chinese technology company and China
Post signed a strategic cooperation agreement which will deepen cooperation and pursue

Paris Airport Aspires first European CEIV Fresh Certification

Premiering at Munich-held Air Cargo Europe was the ‘Air Cargo France Association’ (ACFA), set up in 2017. Its aim is to promote the French airports, which are exposed to intense
international competition, says its spokesman Valentin Bouchet.

ACFA is the

Guido Bids Farewell to LATAM Cargo

Guido Henke, LATAM Cargo’s long time Director Europe-Middle/East-Africa (EMEA) has decided to leave the carrier. July 31th will be his last day in office after serving the airline group
in different functions during the last 30 years.

The assertion that

New Platform Facilitates Go-Now Charter Booking

Bringing together forwarders and air cargo charter airlines should become much easier thanks to the new platform CharterSync. It was designed by two airline pilots and presented at Air
Cargo Europe in Munich.

Founded CharterSynch: Simon Watson…  – photos: ms
Founded CharterSynch: Simon Watson… – photos: ms