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  • Newsletter January 27, 2022

    AIR FREIGHT UPDATES High demand for freighters predicted to continue beyond Covid Strong demand for production and converted freighter aircraft will continue beyond the end of the Covid pandemic, according to speakers at the World Cargo Summit. During a panel discussion, participants were asked by moderator Tom Crabtree of Boeing...

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  • Newsletter: January 26, 2022

    AIR FREIGHT UPDATES Covid-hit Lufthansa Cargo cancels all transit freight via Frankfurt hub Lufthansa Cargo is the latest carrier to suffer operationally from an outbreak of Covid and has been forced to cancel all transit traffic through Frankfurt. It has advised customers to cancel all transit bookings, saying in a note to customers...

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  • Newsletter: January 25, 2022

    AIR FREIGHT UPDATES 5G Doomsday Crisis Averted, Say FAA And Airlines ears that the nationwide 5G rollout would cause widespread disruption to air travel in the United States have dissipated, with a collective sigh of relief from both the government’s aviation agency and airlines. Yesterday the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA)...

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  • Newsletter: January 24, 2022

    OCEAN FREIGHT UPDATES Yantian restricts container entry to ease overflow With containers overflowing in and out of its borders, the operators of Yantian terminal, the largest port facility in Shenzhen, have from today ruled that full containers can only be trucked in four days before vessels are due to berth. Shenzhen, the world’s...

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  • Newsletter-January 21, 2022

    AIR FREIGHT UPDATES Cheaper Flights? Canadian Startup Lynx Puts Its First 7 Routes On Sale Set to take off in April, Canadian ultra-low-cost carrier Lynx Air has put its initial routes on sale. There are seven in all, involving five cities with 39 weekly flights in the peak summer. Utilizing the B737 MAX 8, Lynx will compete...

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