Archive for the ‘Cargo’ Category

Taking sides with erring foreign Airlines

Taking sides with erring foreign Airlines and deviating from norms, certain Embassies meddle into our internal affairs for the benefit of their Airlines. In an exclusive interview allowed for the editor of Aviation Herald on Jan 31, 2010,at NewDelhi, the Joint Director General of Civil Aviation R.K....

June 27th, 2010 | Cargo, Hospitality | Read More

A Trend setter: Australia bans noisy freighters

Australia is bent on banning older model freighters as they are too noisy.”Marginally compliant aircraft are predominantly used in the airfreight industry and have been an ongoing source of concern for residents around Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth airports,” said a Federal transport...

May 29th, 2010 | Cargo | Read More

The 24th annual Asian Freight & Supply Chain Awards

At CargonewsAsia believes true accomplishment should not go unrewarded, and they are proud to announce that ticket sales have begun for the 24th annual Asian Freight and Supply Chain Awards, the benchmark awards for the transport and logistics industry in Asia. The glittering evening event will be held...

May 29th, 2010 | Cargo | Read More

A Giant in action:Aryan Cargo eyes on Chine

Indian all-cargo carrier Aryan Cargo Express (ACE) will launch international services in mid-April, with China and Hong Kong set to be its first destinations. Aryan Cargo Express (ACE), India’s first (forthcoming) International Cargo Airline, has been awarded the Air Operator’s Certificate...

May 29th, 2010 | Cargo | Read More

Airships: A paradigm shift from conventions’ freighters

In a move that has caused uproar at Airbus and Boeing, IATA has called for the airfreight industry to use airships rather than conventional freighters as a way to meet targets on greenhouse gases emissions. “Lighter-than-air airships have a much higher fuel efficiency than heavier-than-air aircraft,”...

May 29th, 2010 | Cargo | Read More

A warehouse for cargo and logistics will transform Delhi, to an international cargo hub

The Planning Commission had recommended that Delhi be developed as an international air cargo hub. The GMR Group, which operates Delhi and the Hyderabad international airports, has decided to set up a warehousing facility near the airport at Delhi, this year. The establishment of such a facility near...

April 20th, 2010 | Cargo | Read More
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