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  • Cancelled: ACW World Air Cargo Awards Gala Dinner

    Following cancellation of the air cargo China 2020 event in Shanghai this June it has become necessary to also cancel the Air Cargo Week World Air Cargo Awards Gala Dinner, scheduled to take place at the same time. Whilst this is very much regretted it will clearly be impossible to proceed with such a major gathering when The post Cancelled: ACW World Air Cargo Awards Gala Dinner appeared first on AIR CARGO WEEK.

  • ATSG wins US postal service contract for new sort centre

    Air Transport Services Group has announced that its subsidiary LGSTX Services has been awarded a contract with the US Postal Service to design, install and operate a Surface Transfer Centre, in Aurora, Illinois. LGSTX Services will be responsible for organising and managing the operation of the facility, within which they plan to hire 125 full The post ATSG wins US postal service contract for new sort centre appeared first on AIR CARGO WEEK.

  • Qatar Cargo increases frequencies to The Netherlands

    Qatar Airways Cargo has increased its freighter frequency to The Netherlands from nine weekly flights to 34 flights a week, making cargo capacity over 7,500 tonnes. Pharmaceuticals and perishables form the majority of exports, whilst imports mainly consist of medical equipment, vegetables, fruits and flowers. “In these tough and trying times, it’s important to support The post Qatar Cargo increases frequencies to The Netherlands appeared first on AIR CARGO WEEK.

  • Airport handlers at risk of collapse

    The BBC has reported that the UK’s major airport handlers, Swissport, WFS, Dnata and Menzies, are at risk of collapse. The handlers, which are responsible for 90% of handling services across the UK, have called for assistance from the government in an urgent letter as their revenues take a hard hit amidst the pandemic. They The post Airport handlers at risk of collapse appeared first on AIR CARGO WEEK.

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