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Summit Air's ATR 72-200 undergoes LCD conversion in Toulouse with IPR's program.

IPR’s Large Door ATR Conversion gets certification [video]

June 3, 2016 at 9:46 am 0 comments

On 23 May IPR Conversions received an STC from EASA for its Passenger-to-Large Cargo Door conversion program for the ATR 72-200 and ATR 42-300 families. IPR, which acquired Alenia’s ATR conversion programs last year, has already received approval for Structural Tube (that is, bulk load) conversion of ATR 72-200 andRead More

Malaysia Airlines to spin off new MAB Kargo unit [video]

Malaysia Airlines to spin off new MAB Kargo unit [video]

May 27, 2016 at 10:32 am 0 comments

As part of a major restructuring program, Malaysia Airlines created a new umbrella company, Malaysia Airlines Group (MAG), and will spin off its former MASkargo operation as a standalone entity under that umbrella with operations launching in 2017. Assuming regulatory approval of the restructure, the new MAB Kargo unit willRead More

A blast from the (3-engine) past

A blast from the (3-engine) past

May 20, 2016 at 10:34 am 0 comments

We’re taking a video tour down Memory Lane today, with a look the three-engine era — an era from which the only remaining aircraft are in cargo service. We’ll start with the present, and work backwards. Here’s a video assemblage of takeoffs and landings of the current star of the airRead More

Lufthansa & Cathay

Lufthansa & Cathay

May 13, 2016 at 10:35 am 0 comments

To follow up on yesterday’s post about the new Lufthansa/Cathay Pacific cargo partnership, we offer some fleet and traffic details, and (it is Friday) some videos featuring the two airlines. Starting with the fleets: Both Lufthansa and Cathay operate large fleets of widebody passenger aircraft, with significant (and growing) belly capacity. LufthansaRead More

More than just Amazon

More than just Amazon

May 6, 2016 at 10:45 am 0 comments

As we reported yesterday, Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings took the occasion of its first-quarter earnings release to announce that it had signed a 20-freighter/20%-stake deal with Amazon. You can read our discussion of that deal here, but lost amid the Amazon hooplah were the financial and operational details of Atlas’ first quarter.Read More

CFA 2016: Is the airfreight industry ignoring a trillion-dollar market? [VIDEO]

CFA 2016: Is the airfreight industry ignoring a trillion-dollar market? [VIDEO]

April 20, 2016 at 8:04 pm 1 comment

HONG KONG – Airfreight clearly has a major role in servicing e-commerce fueled cross-border traffic in the future, but the conclusion of panelists on “The E-commerce Explosion and Air Freight” session at Cargo Facts Asia 2016 was that individual players risk being squeezed out of this market unless they areRead More

Air Canada eyes South America-Europe air bridge

Air Canada eyes South America-Europe air bridge

April 15, 2016 at 9:54 am 0 comments

Air Canada is about to begin freighter service to Latin America and Europe. Canada-based all-cargo carrier Cargojet is close to finalizing a deal with Air Canada that, initially, would see Cargojet operating 767-300 freighters on an ACMI basis for Air Canada on routes to South America. Later this year, theRead More

Solve the 747-8F mystery! Win fabulous prizes!

Solve the 747-8F mystery! Win fabulous prizes!

April 8, 2016 at 10:38 am 13 comments

It’s Friday, right? The day we usually try to lighten things up. Maybe post some videos, or find a bit of humor somewhere in the air freight world, or dream up a quiz. Today, we’ll combine most of the above. Not humor (unless you count the photo at right), but aRead More