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  • Aberdeen Standard to expand dnata City East

    Aberdeen Standard Investments’ Airport Industrial Property Unit Trust (AIPUT) fund has signed a pre-let agreement to further expand dnata City East at Heathrow Airport. The 115,000 sq ft facility has been designed to operate in conjunction with a newly-completed 250,000 sq ft warehouse handling Virgin Atlantic Cargo and Delta Cargo’s airfreight at Heathrow. The existing The post Aberdeen Standard to expand dnata City East appeared first on AIR CARGO WEEK.

  • CSafe Global opens service centre in Memphis

    CSafe Global has opened a technical service centre at Memphis International Airport to service RKN and RAP active containers. Multiple technical professionals have been deployed to Memphis to meet the increasing demand for CSafe containers across the region. Tom Weir, vice president of global operations at CSafe Global says: “Continuing CSafe’s passion and commitment to The post CSafe Global opens service centre in Memphis appeared first on AIR CARGO WEEK.

  • Air France KLM will not acquire Virgin Atlantic stake

    Air France KLM will no longer acquire a 31% stake in Virgin Atlantic but remains committed to expanding its trans-Atlantic joint venture. On 21 November, the US Department of Transportation granted Anti-trust Immunity to Air France KLM, Delta Air Lines and Virgin Atlantic to expand their trans-Atlantic joint venture. The partners have finalised the joint The post Air France KLM will not acquire Virgin Atlantic stake appeared first on AIR CARGO WEEK.

  • Antonov flies Apache helicopters for Boeing

    Antonov Airlines has flown four Apache AH-64E Attack Helicopters from Phoenix to Hindan Airforce Base on behalf of Boeing. An AN-124-100 transported the helicopters, which had a total payload of 39 tonnes including their dismantled rotor blades, from Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport to the Indian air base. Antonov and Boeing engineers collaborated closely on mission The post Antonov flies Apache helicopters for Boeing appeared first on AIR CARGO WEEK.

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