Articles tagged “air cargo”

Coronavirus

Lufthansa Confident It Can Pay Off Its Rescue Loan Within a Year as Bookings Return

Summer comes to the rescue of this much leaner airline, and CEO Carsten Spohr will be glad to get rid of the overhanging debt it accumulated.

Lufthansa Confident It Can Pay Off Its Rescue Loan Within a Year as Bookings Return

Tourism

Saudi Arabia to Invest $133 Billion to Become Major Airports and Transport Hub

The kingdom is making a bold statement, but then it needs to if it's serious about weaning itself of oil revenues over the next 10 years.

Saudi Arabia to Invest $133 Billion to Become Major Airports and Transport Hub

Airlines

Airlines Say Early Vaccine Transports Are Moving Smoothly

Developing an effective vaccine in such a relatively short time is nothing less than a miracle. Delivering those vaccines to the world is the next enormous challenge. The airlines took on that task earlier this week. So far, they are giving a thumbs up.

Airlines Say Early Vaccine Transports Are Moving Smoothly

Airlines

The Reality of a Vaccine Is Here: Can Airlines Deliver?

If Pfizer's Covid vaccine is approved, airlines will be on the hook to transport billions of doses. Is the industry up to the job? What roadblocks stand in its way?

The Reality of a Vaccine Is Here: Can Airlines Deliver?

Airline Weekly

Cargo Buoys Turkish Airlines

Cargo Buoys Turkish Airlines

Airline Weekly

Korean Air, Asiana Actually Post Profits — Thanks to Cargo, Not Passengers

Korean Air, Asiana Actually Post Profits — Thanks to Cargo, Not Passengers

Airlines

Singapore Air CEO Sees Cargo Demand Slowing as Trade Battle Brews

Earlier this month, Cathay Pacific CEO Rupert Hogg told Skift the air cargo business was holding up well, as Chinese consumers were importing high-value items from the rest of the world. Has something changed? Or is Singapore Air's situation different?

Singapore Air CEO Sees Cargo Demand Slowing as Trade Battle Brews