Emirates SkyCargo, the freight division of Emirates, has transported KhalifaSat- the first satellite developed and built by Emirati engineers in the UAE at the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC).
Following the announcement that it has ordered 14 Boeing 747 air freighters, UPS has decided to put one of its 747s on a direct US-UAE service.
A few weeks after Emirates Airline singlehanded saved Airbus’ A380 jet program, UPS has handed a major lifeline to the Boeing 747, ensuring its continued production (as an air freighter at least) with a major 14-plane order.
While the first months of the year are usually slow business for cargo express companies, a Philippine government official based in Dubai has warned Filipinos to avoid ‘fly by night’ companies when they send balikbayan boxes again.
Etihad Airways Cargo has pulled its five Airbus freighters from service as part of a rethinking of the airline’s strategy, according to reports.
US Transportation Security Administration says the move is in response to “persistent threats to aviation” from Middle East countries.
Emirates SkyCargo completed a year of strong growth in 2017, driven by the introduction of three new specialised services.
Emirates SkyCargo carried 2.5m tonnes of freight in 2017 and recorded a 38% surge in pharmaceutical volumes.
Emirates Airline will work with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) to launch its Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) for electronic flight bags (eFB).
Etihad Airways has announced key changes to its air cargo division after making Justin Carr the new vice president of Etihad Cargo.
DHL Express has opened the doors to its newly expanded US $18-million facility at Terminal 2 in DXB.
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