World Bank economist to present at the 2011 ACMG Workshop

John S. Wilson, a Lead Economist at the World Bank, has accepted an invitation to present at the 2011 ACMG Workshop on May 2-3 in Atlanta on global economic trends and challenges. Mr. Wilson has worked at the World Bank since 1999, and currently directs its research on trade costs, business facilitation, and economic development […]

A record year for Atlas Air

Note: The following article is excerpted from the current issue of Cargo Facts Update. We encourage those of you who do not already subscribe to the weekly Update, and its companion the monthly printed Cargo Facts newsletter, to click here for more information.   Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings (AAWW) reported fourth-quarter net income up 46.7% […]

2011 Cargo Demand: So far, so good.

Note: The following article is excerpted from the current issue of Cargo Facts Update. We encourage those of you who do not already subscribe to the weekly Update, and its companion the monthly printed Cargo Facts newsletter, to click here for more information.   2011 cargo: So far, so good. Traffic and volume statistics for […]

Boeing will offer a new narrowbody — It’s official… maybe.

Speaking at the Cowen Aerospace/Defense Conference in New York today, Boeing President and CEO James McNerney said the company would replace its 737 family of narrowbodies with an entirely new airplane rather than attempt to re-engine its existing lineup as Airbus has chosen to do with the A320neo. However, having said, “We’re going to do […]

AIRCARGO 2011 – WOMEN IN CARGO NETWORKING RECEPTION

If you are a woman doing business in Air Cargo & a registered attendee of the AirCargo 2011 Conference, then this is the one networking event you will want to attend this year!    The Women In Cargo Networking Reception is being held at the beautiful San Diego Hilton Bayshore Hotel on Thursday, March 10th […]

AIR CARGO 2011 – Asian Air Cargo Panel

Air Cargo 2011 visits wonderful San Diego in March and straight across the Pacific may lie an untapped market for your company – the dynamic and growing Asian air freight market!   Could there be business opportunities for your company tied to the burgeoning Asian air freight market that you should explore? Absolutely! We will […]

Are we really back to “Normal”?

Full-year 2010 data from individual airports and carriers has been trickling in over the last few weeks, but we now have reports from the two main industry associations that track cargo worldwide. As shown in the two reports below, it appears that after a two-and-a-half year rollercoaster ride, we are back to something like the […]
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