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This freighter-converted ATR72 (463) will soon fly for DHL in Solenta Aviation's fleet.

Solenta Aviation to fly newly-converted ATR-72F for DHL

Aircraft, Conversions, Express, News March 28, 2017 at 10:48 am

Yesterday, South Africa-based Solenta Aviation took redelivery of an ATR72-200F, converted to large-door freighter configuration by Switzerland-based IPR Conversions Ltd., at its ASI-Maintenance facility in Toulouse, France. IPR holds the STCs to perform both bulk-load and large-door modifications on the ATR72-200 and -500 series turboprobs. The first STC is forRead More

DHL to get Fresh in Germany?

DHL to get Fresh in Germany?

E-Commerce, Express March 23, 2017 at 10:27 am

After a week of rumors of massive aircraft orders by Amazon (denied by Amazon) and rumors of an Amazon/DHL hub share agreement at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Airport (confirmed by Amazon and DHL), will your eyes glaze over if you see another round of Amazon/DHL rumors? Well, unglaze those eyes, because hereRead More

Amazon and DHL reported to be in hub partnership at CVG

Amazon and DHL reported to be in hub partnership at CVG

Aircraft, Airports, E-Commerce, Express, News, Strategy March 21, 2017 at 10:27 am

Update, 21 March 2017: Late today, Amazon confirmed to Cargo Facts that it would be working with DHL, saying: “We are looking forward to the first Amazon planes appearing at CVG this spring and to working with DHL in support of our cargo operations. “ Lost in the coverage ofRead More

Amazon's Prime Air Network began to have an impact on the cargo carrier rankings in 2016, and that impact will increase in the coming years.

Widebodies less likely to see second life as freighters

Aircraft, Asia, Conversions, News March 13, 2017 at 9:30 am

SAN DIEGO – After years of stagnant demand for widebody freighter conversions, 2016 saw the market suddenly bounce back. Last year, fourteen 767 P-to-F conversions were added to the global widebody freighter fleet (eleven 767-300BDSFs and three 767-300BCFs), and a similar number will be put into service in 2017. However,Read More

Record fourth-quarter earnings cap a great year for DP-DHL

Record fourth-quarter earnings cap a great year for DP-DHL

Carriers, E-Commerce, Earnings, Express, News, Strategy March 10, 2017 at 10:18 am

Capitalizing on strong e-commerce growth and on a return to financial health by its forwarding arm, Deutsche Post-DHL reported net profit up more than 25% to €841 million in the fourth quarter of 2016. The big jump came despite revenue remaining almost flat (up just 0.5%) at €15.41 billion. OperatingRead More

DHL completes expansion of its Americas Hub

DHL completes expansion of its Americas Hub

Airports, E-Commerce, Express, News March 1, 2017 at 10:54 am

DHL Express completed a major expansion of its main hub for the Americas, and is on a hiring spree to increase its workforce there by almost 40%. The expansion at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Airport (CVG) includes a new, 45 acre (18.2 hectare) north ramp with sixteen additional aircraft gates (bringing theRead More

A strong quarter ends Atlas’ “historic” year

A strong quarter ends Atlas’ “historic” year

Aircraft, Carriers, E-Commerce, Earnings, News, Strategy February 23, 2017 at 10:51 am

2016 was quite a year for Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings (AAWW). During the year, the company: Acquired Southern Air Holdings, including subsidiary carrier Southern Air, with its five 777Fs and five 737-400Fs, all in CMI operation for DHL, and Signed an agreement with Amazon, under which Atlas agreed to leaseRead More

DHL enters online load-matching marketplace

News February 1, 2017 at 11:51 am

This month, DHL entered the online load-matching marketplace with the launch of its recently-acquired platform, CILLOX, a service that connects shippers with available FTL and LTL truck capacity across Europe in real-time. Shippers can specify shipment parameters, such as speed and handling requirements, and receive a quotation instantly from multipleRead More