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  • ABX Air pilots have no confidence in management

    Pilots at ABX Air flying aircraft for Amazon and DHL casted a near unanimous vote of no confidence in management on Wednesday 4 December. Results indicate over 99.5% of voting pilots have no faith “in management’s willingness to negotiate or reach an agreement for the benefit of all stakeholders to include the shareholders, the customers, The post ABX Air pilots have no confidence in management appeared first on AIR CARGO WEEK.

  • LUG to handle cargo for Delta Air Lines in Frankfurt

    LUG air cargo handling will serve Delta Air Lines at Frankfurt Airport from 15 January 2020. The American airline operates three flights a day from Frankfurt to Detroit, Atlanta and New York using Airbus A330s and Boeing 767s. The USA is an important export market for Germany, especially in the automotive, machinery and pharmaceutical sectors. The post LUG to handle cargo for Delta Air Lines in Frankfurt appeared first on AIR CARGO WEEK.

  • SF Airlines flies cherries from Chile to China

    Two SF Airlines Boeing 747-400ERFs each carried 103 tonnes of cherries from Chile to China on flights on 26 November and 4 December. The flights from Santiago took 31 hours and after arriving in Hangzhou, each pallet of cherries was packed and documented for customs clearance and delivery to shops and homes. Carried on SF The post SF Airlines flies cherries from Chile to China appeared first on AIR CARGO WEEK.

  • IAG Cargo flies drones in the warehouse

    IAG Cargo has successfully trialled autonomous drone technology within its warehouse facility in Madrid to automate freight checks. Conducted using technology developed by drone software start-up FlytBase, the trials came after IAG Cargo found it was spending an average of 6,500 hours each year recording barcodes and location data of freight across individual warehouses. With The post IAG Cargo flies drones in the warehouse appeared first on AIR CARGO WEEK.

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