CHEP Aerospace Solutions, a supplier of outsourced unit load devices (ULDs), signed a five-year agreement with Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific to manage its fleet of 25,000 ULDs. Under the agreement, CHEP will convert most of Cathay’s standard 58 kg ULDs to composite units and provide the airline with access toRead More
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When we posted a summary last week of the early September results from the world’s major cargo carriers, airports, and handlers, neither Cathay Pacific Airways, Hong Kong International Airport, nor Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals (Hactl) had reported. With data now available from all three, we can say that theRead More
Air China Cargo took delivery last week of another 777F (44682) from Boeing. This is the fifth of eight 777 Freighters the carrier has on firm order, and the delivery brings Air China Cargo one step closer to its goal of completely revamping its freighter fleet. The revamp is part ofRead More
Early reports from some of the world’s major cargo carriers and airports indicate that the trend of increasing demand that has been underway since mid-2013 will continue in July. The big carriers in the US, and many of those in Asia posted strong results. Two of Europe’s big three, whileRead More
A week ago, we posted the first results available for April from some of the world’s big cargo carriers and airports. These early results were mixed. There were some big gains – China Southern Airlines’ cargo traffic was up over 20% compared to April 2013, and Shanghai Pudong Airport’s handleRead More