Breaking news — Cargolux will not accept first 747-8F delivery

The delivery of Boeing’s first 747-8 Freighter to launch customer Cargolux, scheduled for Monday 19 September, has been suspended. The carrier is reported to have withdrawn its personnel from Boeing’s plant, and a Boeing spokesman has been quoted as saying: ““We have unresolved issues between ourselves and Cargolux. We are working with our customer to […]

Detailed analysis of the US domestic air cargo market

Note: The following article is excerpted from the current issue of Cargo Facts. We encourage those of you who do not already subscribe to the monthly printed Cargo Facts newsletter, and its companion the weekly emailed Cargo Facts Update, to click here for more information. …   Revenues for participants in the US domestic air freight and express industry totaled $26.07 […]

ACMG Unveils New Corporate Website

Air Cargo Management Group is pleased to introduce its new corporate website at ACMG.aero. We’ve made the new site easier to navigate and added a fresher look. The site also offers more seamless ordering for subscriptions to Cargo Facts and registrations to ACMG events, such as the Cargo Facts Aircraft Symposium. Visit the site regularly […]

Hangar Floor Restoration Services; Polished Concrete

Hello Fellow Aviation Buffs, My name is Thomas, a 24 year Vet; 8 yrs. USAF Aircraft Maintenance Tech 43151C and 16 yrs. US Navy S-3 Viking Driver NFO and a retired airline captain; United Express, W. Africa, Air Dabia B-727 and Hawker 125.   Currently a Project Manager and Director of Business Development for a […]

Atlas to fly 767 freighters for DHL in North America

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 monthly printed Cargo Facts newsletter, and its companion the weekly emailed Cargo Facts Update, to click here for more information.   Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings signed an agreement to operate five 767-200 Freighters for […]

DHL leases three 777Fs from Southern Air

DHL signed a multi-year agreement with US-based Southern Air under which Southern will operate three 777 Freighters for the German integrator on an ACMI basis. The first of the three has already entered service on an around-the-world basis, on a Hong Kong-Cincinnatti-Bahrain-Hong Kong route. The 777F’s range allows it to fly the route with no […]

It’s official: Boeing launches the re-engined 737

Boeing announced this morning that it is launching what it calls the “737 MAX Family” — the re-engined 737 — with commitments for 496 aircraft from five airlines. The engine chosen to power the new 737s is CFM International’s LEAP-1B, and Boeing said entry into service is scheduled for 2017. The official names for the […]

More 777 Freighters for AeroLogic?

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 monthly printed Cargo Facts newsletter, and its companion the weekly Cargo Facts Update, to click here for more information.   More 777 Freighters for AEROLOGIC? When LUFTHANSA CARGO and DHL announced the formation of their […]
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