September 2017

Commercial Airline Service Resumes in San Juan

Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) hurricane recovery efforts are now supporting more than a dozen commercial passenger flights per day at Luis Munoz Marin International Airport in San Juan, Puerto Rico. As the agency continues to restore radars, navigational aids and other equipment damaged during Hurricane Maria, the number of commercial flights is expected to continue to increase. The airport handled nearly 100 total arrivals and departures yesterday, including the military ... [+]

Hawaii Stevedores Confirms Commitment from Hawaii State DOT for Kapalama Container Terminal Lease

Honolulu-based Hawaii Stevedores, Inc. has received confirmation from Hawaii State Department of Transportation (HDOT) that, together with the State, Hawaii Stevedores will continue the joint development of the Kapalama Container Terminal (KCT). The State has confirmed its commitment for Hawaii Stevedores to lease the new 84-acre, state-of-the-art KCT, which will be ... [+]

Major International Aviation Organizations Launch New Joint Report on Aviation’s Economic Benefits

Aviation is essential to the economic development of cities, countries and regions everywhere, but governments can only optimize its benefits by addressing the sector's critical infrastructure and resource needs in their national development strategies. That's the key message being conveyed jointly by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and international aviation's ... [+]

PhilaPort breaks monthly cargo records

PhilaPort handled 667,069 metric tons of cargo in August, achieving its highest ever monthly total. The Port of Philadelphia also broke new records for monthly container throughput, moving 54,185 TEUs, and forest products, which reached 109,604 metric tons last month. PhilaPort CEO Jeff Theobald credited the Port's highly productive labor force, ... [+]

Port Everglades Waives Tariff Charges for Relief Supplies to Caribbean

Broward County's Port Everglades is waiving its tariff charges for ocean shipping lines transporting humanitarian relief supplies to Caribbean counties impacted by hurricanes Irma and Maria. "Our Caribbean neighbors are suffering losses not only to their personal property, but also to their livelihoods which are dependent upon the cruise industry and ... [+]

Antonov Airlines Flies Emergency Relief to Hurricane-Stricken Guadeloupe

 Antonov Airlines has safely delivered portable generators for EDF Group to Hurricane-stricken Guadeloupe, in the Caribbean, on one of its seven AN-124-100 aircraft. The emergency consignment of 32 EDF Group generators was recently moved from Châteauroux, France to Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe, in under 24 hours. The generators, which weighed a total of 105 ... [+]

Atlas Air Worldwide Places 747-400 Freighter with DHL Global Forwarding

Atlas Air Worldwide Places 747-400 Freighter with DHL Global Forwarding Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings, Inc. has announced the ACMI placement of a 747-400 freighter with DHL Global Forwarding, The 747-400F will be operated by Atlas Air, Inc. and will fly on behalf of DHL Global Forwarding through an aircraft, crew, maintenance and ... [+]

CargoLogicAir Makes Fast Response to Hurricane-Stricken Guadalupe

The devastating impact of Hurricane Irma in the Caribbean and Florida and its impact on the region has highlighted the vital importance of fast response logistics services to deliver humanitarian aid to the worst affected areas. In the aftermath of Irma, CargoLogicAir has so far operated two flights, carrying nearly 200 ... [+]

DHL Express Opens New Facilities in 1st Phase of Budapest Airport Cargo Expansion

Two state-of-the-art express facilities have opened at Budapest Airport, as part of the EUR160 million BUD:2020 Development Program. DHL Express is the latest to launch at the warehouse and office complexes, which have automated sorting systems, and represent the largest air cargo development at Budapest Airport to date, with a total ... [+]

ITS Logistics selects Jim Dingman as President of Fleet Operations

ITS Logistics announces that Jim Dingman has joined its senior leadership team as President of Fleet Operations. Dingman will head the growing division and build on ITS' reputation as one of the leading dedicated and expedited fleets on the West Coast. "I am pleased to announce that Jim Dingman is on ... [+]

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