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Aviation Leaders Join Forces for COVID Relief to India

A Boeing 747 freighter carrying 50 tonnes of urgently-needed Covid relief aid, including life-saving oxygen machines, will arrive in New Delhi this week to support India’s efforts to help victims of coronavirus, thanks to the coordinated efforts of a group of aviation leaders. The delivery of oxygen concentrators, N95 and KN95 masks and isolation gowns from California’s San Bernardino Airport is being coordinated by the not-for-profit Another Joy Foundation. The full ... [+]

Shana Riggs Joins Wen Parker Logistics

Wen-Parker Logistics (WPL), a global freight forwarder and supply chain solutions leader, is very excited to announce that Shana Riggs will be joining our growing team of logistics professionals as our new Vice-President of Operations.“Shana is a well-respected logistics professional who brings years of customer-centric ... [+]

Port of Baltimore to offer COVID-19 vaccines

The Maryland Department of Transportation Maryland Port Administration (MDOT MPA) and the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems (MIEMSS) are partnering to conduct clinics twice weekly beginning June 15, to offer the single dose Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine to visiting crew members on ships calling the Helen Delich ... [+]

Sponsored Post – Let’s Meet the Silent Heroes of Air Cargo Operations!

Offering services to 127 countries and being the fastest-growing air cargo brand around the world, Turkish Cargo has been carrying out the air cargo transportation operations under the favor of talented colleagues. In these operations, there are really important occupational groups from pilots to loadmasters. Turkish Cargo tells about a working ... [+]

CO2-free en route

The Lufthansa Cargo freighter with the registration D-ALFG took flight on May 20 for the first time with a very special design: The lettering "Flying 100% CO2 neutral powered by DB Schenker" and an illustration of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) highlight the joint mission of ... [+]

IAG Cargo continues with aid to India

IAG Cargo, the cargo division of International Airlines Group (IAG) and its sister airline British Airways has transported further aid to India for the second time in two weeks. The total weight of the cargo-only flight was 18 tonnes, made up of five ... [+]

Coalition asks California to move freight soot-free

A coalition, including the Port of Oakland, wants California to spend $2.25 billion on emissions-free freight hauling. Supply chain and environmental groups sent their request to Sacramento in mid-May, seeking surplus state revenue to finance: zero-emission trucks and cargo handling equipment; infrastructure such as electric ... [+]

CMA CGM Air Cargo helps humanitarian relief between France and India

The CMA CGM Group is mobilizing its logistics, shipping and aerial expertise to help the Indian population severely affected by COVID-19 pandemic, alongside the French Government.Thanks to its new airfreight division CMA CGM AIR CARGO, the Group was able to mobilize an Airbus A330-200F from ... [+]

Company Pushes Back Arbitration

Atlas Air pilots face yet another delay in their five year-long struggle to secure a new collective bargaining agreement with the airline. A contract arbitration ruling, which most recently was expected to be issued in June, now likely won't come until August as pilot negotiators ... [+]

Qatar Airways Cargo Convoy Departs to India

Three Qatar Airways Cargo Boeing 777 freighters departed to India on May 3ay, carrying approximately 300 tonnes of medical supplies from around the world to support COVID-19 relief efforts. The three flights departed one after the other bound for Bengaluru, Mumbai and New Delhi as ... [+]