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    Asiana Airlines begins Seoul-to-Miami cargo service

    Asiana Airlines began cargo service Friday from Seoul, South Korea, to Miami International Airport .
    When the first flight landed at midnight, Asiana became the fourth Asia-based operator with freight flights to the Miami airport, which also has service from Hong Kong and Taipei, Taiwan.
    Asiana will utilize a Boeing 747-400F aircraft for the thrice-weekly service, which includes a fuel stop in Anchorage, Alaska, before arriving in Miami. Return flights to Korea will include stops in Atlanta and Portland, Ore.


    http://www.bizjournals.com/southflor...-to-miami.html

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    Saudi Airlines Cargo expands in Europe

    Saudi Airlines Cargo is rapidly expanding its presence in Europe by opening own offices in Germany, the Netherlands, Italy and Scandinavia. Further the carrier has appointed GSAs in Austria, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Hungary, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Slovenia, Poland and Romania.

    In Europe, Saudi Airlines Cargo operates 28 weekly freighter flights from Brussels, Amsterdam and Malpensa with a capacity of more than 3,000 tonnes to its hubs in Jeddah, Riyadh and Damman.

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    http://www.cargonewsasia.com/secured...&article=26510

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    China will need 400 more freighters by 2030

    Chinese air carriers will add about 400 freighter aeroplanes by 2030, according to the latest market analysis from Boeing.
    Randy Tinseth, Boeing Commercial Airplanes vice president of marketing said the majority of the demand will be for large, long-range freighters such as the 747-8F and 777F, given that most traffic growth is projected to occur on long-haul traffic lanes tied to China.
    Boeing projections suggest that in total China will require 5,000 new commercial aeroplanes valued at $600 billion over the next 20 years.


    http://www.logisticsmanager.com/Arti...s+by+2030.html

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    Lufthansa Cargo Charter flies horses to Calgary

    Every September the world show jumping community looks to Spruce Meadows, Calgary, Alberta (Canada), as the best athletes compete for top prizes and international acclaim during the Spruce Meadows Masters CSIO 5 tournament. Lufthansa Cargo Charter was again entrusted with flying 62 very valuable thoroughbred horses, accompanied by eight grooms, to and from the event. The show jumpers arrive back in Frankfurt tomorrow, 13 September.

    http://www.transportjournal.com/inde...424&no_cache=1

    http://www.transportjournal.com/inde...75716977496187

    http://www.lhcharter.com/index.php?id=115&L=1

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    Emirates SkyCargo leases its third Boeing 777

    Emirates SkyCargo, the freight division of Emirates Airline, has leased its third Boeing 777 Freighter as it launched its new service to the Far East and Australasia, it was announced on Tuesday.
    The leasing of the arranged by DAE Capital, the aircraft leasing division of Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE) and Deutsche Bank and DVB Bank provided financing to DAE.
    Emirates SkyCargo uses the Boeing freighter aircraft on its new Dubai-Singapore-Sydney-Hong Kong-Dubai route. The aircraft made its debut flight to Sydney on Monday and has the capability to carry up to 103 tonnes of freight.


    http://www.arabianbusiness.com/emira...77-420188.html


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    MASKargo Takes Delivery Of A330-200F In Toulouse

    TOULOUSE (France), Sept 16 (Bernama) -- MASKargo Sdn Bhd, the air cargo subsidiary of Malaysia Airlines, on Thursday took delivery of the first of four A330-200F freighters at the Airbus assembly point in Toulouse, France.

    The freighter will depart Toulouse to Amsterdam first before beginning its first commercial flight to Kuala Lumpur on the same day.
    MASKargo Managing Director Shahari Sulaiman said the second aircraft was scheduled for delivery in November while the third and fourth were due in January and April next year.

    As a new generation freighter, he said the US$200 million A330-200F can carry up to 70 tonnes of payload with a range capacity of up to 4,000 nautical miles.

    The A330s will also allow the company to explore new potential areas that could not be served by its existing B747s.

    Shahari said the airline industry experienced high operating cost as a result of fuel prices spiralling some 35 per cent over the last year, necessitating MASkargo to cut capacity on its leased 747-200F freighter network.

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    http://www.bernama.com/bernama/v5/ne....php?id=613892

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    Damco completes complex air cargo shipment

    India-Germany task carried out for Jindal Steel & Power
    Damco recently successfully managed to transport a single piece compressor of 52 tonnes from Orissa via Kolkata airport in India to its final destination in Berlin, Germany, adding another milestone in its portfolio of managing complex air cargo shipments when it successfully handled the project cargo movement.

    The task was carried out for Jindal Steel & Power Limited (JSPL), one of India’s largest steel manufacturers, from the plant in Orissa, India to the final delivery point in Germany.

    The shipment was completed using an Antonov 124, the world’s largest commercially viable cargo aircraft. The aircraft loaded with the cargo departed from Kolkata airport and arrived in Berlin on the same day and has been safely delivered to the customer’s premises in Germany. This was one of the largest single piece export shipments handled and one of the first instances of the Antonov 124 being used for export shipments from the Kolkata airport.

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    http://www.analytiqa.com/newsitem.aspx?articleid=9876

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    First China cargo flight lands at Lambert airport

    A China Cargo flight carrying 80 tons of manufactured products touched down at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport on Friday afternoon.
    The Boeing 777 marked the inaugural cargo flight between St. Louis and Shanghai, China. In the future, weekly cargo flights will arrive in the form of larger 747 jets, said Lambert Director Rhonda Hamm-Niebruegge.
    "This is the start of what could be a big thing for St. Louis and a big thing for Shanghai," St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay told a group of dignitaries who gathered near the airport cargo facilities to welcome the first flight.

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    http://www.stltoday.com/business/loc...b7baf352b.html

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    Saudi Airlines Cargo adds EU-US link

    Saudi Airlines Cargo is expanding its main deck capacity to the US out of Europe. The airline offers three B747 freighter flights a week to New York (JFK) and Houston (IAH) from its European hub in Brussels.

    From JFK and IAH, Saudi Airlines Cargo serves many onward destinations throughout the US such as Atlanta (ATL), Detroit (DTW), Los Angeles (LAX) and Seattle (SEA).

    “By adding the US to our network, we not only respond to the developments in the cargo market but also to the increasing demand of freighter capacity out of Europe to the US, especially to Houston,” said Sander van Woesik, regional sales director Europe of Saudi Airlines Cargo.

    Saudi Airlines Cargo operates 12 freighters and sells the belly-capacity on 125 passenger aircraft for Saudi Arabian Airlines spanning a rapidly expanding global network of 225 destinations.

    http://www.cargonewsasia.com/secured...&article=26646

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    Emirates SkyCargo celebrates start of new freighter service

    Emirates SkyCargo, the freight division of Emirates Airline, yesterday celebrated the inaugural service on its new Far East and Australasia freighter route.
    The weekly air cargo service, operated by its new Boeing 777 freighter, will fly Dubai-Singapore-Sydney-Hong Kong-Dubai, providing the key trading points with additional connectivity to Emirates' Dubai hub, which can link businesses to the 114 destinations on the carrier's network.
    The Boeing 777F - which touched down for the first time in Sydney on 12th September - has the capability to carry up to 103 tonnes of freight.
    "This new route not only bolsters capacity, it provides our customers with more options and increased trade opportunities," said Hiran Perera, Emirates' SVP Cargo Planning & Freighters.

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    http://www.albawaba.com/business/pr/...service-393971

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