Despite near-term air cargo bump, FedEx rejigs aircraft deliveries

The COVID-19 pandemic kicked FedEx’s flight operations into high gear during the fourth quarter of its fiscal year 2020, ended May 31. The favorable demand that surfaced following passenger flight cancellations enabled FedEx to make up for lost ground in Q4 with additional flight segments and a surge in charter activity. While capacity cuts and […]

Cainiao to quadruple charter flights

Alibaba’s logistics affiliate Cainiao plans to quadruple international charter flight bookings to an estimated 1,260 flights over the next nine months as part of a series of investments totaling $140 million (RMB 1 billion) aimed at reducing average delivery times for its cross-border shipments. Cainiao expects the increased reliance on own-controlled charter flights to shorten […]

Join our ‘Airfreight in the Age of Coronavirus’ Zoom meeting (Subscribers Only)

[Note: This event has already occurred. The complete webinar is available to Cargo Facts subscribers here]. Cargo Facts will be holding a crucial Zoom meeting on Thursday, March 19, at 11:30 ET for subscribers only on the implications of the coronavirus pandemic on airfreight. The Zoom meeting will feature Frederic Horst, managing director of Cargo […]

Attending our conferences with flexibility and care

At Royal Media, Cargo Facts‘s publisher, we take great pride in the value of our exceptional industry conferences and the effort we put into their production. We rightly view our more than a dozen annual conferences as crucial opportunities for business development in our industries. Equally, we are greatly focused on the health, safety and […]

Amazon looks to build disruptive cargo airline

Based on a job posting from Amazon, the e-commerce giant appears to be planning an expansion of its already substantial air cargo operations. The company’s Amazon Air Science and Technology team is looking to hire an applied scientist “to help scale and grow a startup cargo airline.”  Continue reading the full story on our sister site, Air Cargo World. Amazon looks to build disruptive […]

CF EMEA: ATSG throttles ahead with 767 conversions

FRANKFURT — U.S.-based lessor Cargo Aircraft Management (CAM) has acquired a trio of ex-LATAM 767-300ERs for use as conversion feedstock. Two of the aircraft (29228 and 29229) are already in conversion at IAI’s facility in Tel Aviv (TLV). Cargo Facts caught up with Mike Berger, chief commercial officer of CAM’s parent company ATSG, at Cargo […]

Cargo Facts Asia conference moves to Singapore in wake of coronavirus

Cargo Facts Asia 2020 has moved to Singapore in response to the novel coronavirus that began in China in December. Royal Media Group, Cargo Facts Asia’s producer, announced today that the ninth annual conference will take place at the Mandarin Oriental Singapore on April 20-22, 2020, rather than in Shanghai. Cargo Facts Asia is a […]

Winners and losers in e-commerce logistics as Amazon moves 1 billion lbs by air

Amazon’s own-controlled air operation in the United States is currently about 20% the size of FedEx, and 15% the size of UPS, measured in tonnage carried. In the eight months ended August 2019, Cargo Facts Consulting estimates that Amazon moved over 1 billion pounds (more than 453,000 tonnes) on dedicated Atlas and ATSG flights, an […]
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