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K-Mile航空,短暂停运后恢复国际航班

K-Mile航空,短暂停运后恢复国际航班

Mandarin News, Strategy October 9, 2017 at 5:38 pm

2015年6月,国际民航组织(ICAO)批评泰国民航局(CAAT)的安全标准,促成了一系列的彻底改革,最终导致了泰国民航局要求所有航空公司重新申请机场运营操作。据此,总共有12家航空公司错过了申请的最后期限(2017年9月12日),其中包括总部位于爱尔兰的ASL航空集团子公司K-Mile航空。此后,泰国总理签署了一项限制该12家航空公司运营国际航班的指令。根据ch-aviation的报道,K-Mile航空迅速反应,并顺利的更新了其运营操作证书,于9月下旬恢复运营。K-Mile航空在亚洲区域航线内,投运了三架波音737-400F,其主要运力均为DHL快递服务。

Modern Logistics commences operations

Modern Logistics commences operations

Carriers, News June 15, 2017 at 10:55 am

After a few years in a prolonged “start-up” state, Brazilian all-cargo carrier, Modern Logistics launched operations earlier this week, with its first revenue flight between Campinas Viracopos (VCP) and Recife (REC) with its sole 737-400F. Back in early 2015, it appeared the carrier was poised for immediate rapid growth, butRead More

E-commerce drives express fleet expansion — Part III

E-commerce drives express fleet expansion — Part III

Aircraft, Carriers, E-Commerce, Express, News April 14, 2017 at 10:10 am

Today we conclude our three-part analysis of the worldwide express fleet. In Part I, we started with some background, and then a look at some of the smaller (and perhaps more interesting) companies. In Part II we looked at changes to the fleets of two of the three biggest players – FedExRead More

Air Incheon will soon add a second PEMCO-converted 737-400F to its fleet.

Air Incheon orders more narrowbody conversions on higher cross-border demand

Asia, Carriers, Conversions, E-Commerce April 4, 2017 at 10:47 am

Today, PEMCO World Air Services (PEMCO) announced it had reached an agreement with South Korea-based Air Incheon to convert a 737-400 (25857) into freighter configuration. As cross-border trade expands in the region, Air Incheon has found itself once again looking for more capacity. Last October, Air Incheon secured long-term leasingRead More

Jet Time ends freighter ops

Carriers, News December 10, 2016 at 12:15 pm

Jørgen Holme, CEO of Denmark-based Jet Time, announced that his airline would end cargo operations, with the phase-out taking place “in a controlled process during 2017.” Jet Time currently operates five 737-400Fs on an ACMI basis for ASL Airlines Belgium in support of TNT Express in Europe. Two of theRead More

Shakeup down under

Shakeup down under

Aircraft, Asia, Carriers, Express, News, Premium Newswire June 26, 2015 at 10:46 am

Changing business relationships in Australia and New Zealand are having a big impact on the air freight scene. Virgin Australia has for some time had an agreement with Australia-based forwarder and logistics services provider Toll Group, under which Toll managed the carrier’s Australian cargo (and used the Virgin Australia fleetRead More

ASL rebrands

ASL rebrands

Aircraft, Carriers, News, Premium Newswire, Strategy June 8, 2015 at 10:07 am

Ireland-based ASL Aviation Group is rebranding its four Europe-based airlines under a new “ASL Airlines” name. Following its acquisition of the Farnair Group last year, ASL owns, controls, or has significant stakes in seven airlines: Air Contractors (Ireland), Europe Airpost (France), Farnair Switzerland, Farnair Hungary, QuikJet (India), K-Mile (Thailand), andRead More

Another freighter for Yangtze River Express

Another freighter for Yangtze River Express

News August 12, 2014 at 9:53 am

Shanghai-based all-cargo carrier Yangtze River Express (YRE, a subsidiary of the Hainan Air Group) took redelivery today of a 737-400F (29915, ex-Hainan Airlines), following conversion by Aeronautical Engineers Inc, at the Boeing Shanghai Aviation Services facility at Shanghai’s Pudong Airport. The redelivery brings YRE’s freighter fleet to a total ofRead More