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Articles tagged “cargo”

Airline Weekly

WestJet Joins Cargo Frenzy With First Dedicated Air Freighters

WestJet Joins Cargo Frenzy With First Dedicated Air Freighters

Airline Weekly

Azul Boasts of Big Cargo Ambitions in Pandemic Recovery

Azul Boasts of Big Cargo Ambitions in Pandemic Recovery

Airline Weekly

Cargo Takes on Even Greater Value to Airlines With Rising Global Trade

Cargo Takes on Even Greater Value to Airlines With Rising Global Trade

Airline Weekly

Are Airlines Ready to Transport Vaccines for the World?

Are Airlines Ready to Transport Vaccines for the World?

Airlines

Airlines and Airports Scramble to Raise Cash With Cost Cutting and Cargo

To survive this unprecedented time, many airlines and airports are going to have to take radical, new steps.

Airlines and Airports Scramble to Raise Cash With Cost Cutting and Cargo

Airlines

Why Cathay Pacific Wants to Take On Low-Cost Carriers Without Creating Its Own

Like many airlines, Cathay Pacific underestimated the digital revolution and the threat of low-cost competition. It is playing catch up, and its recent financial results have not been pretty. But Cathay Pacific has an excellent brand, and it serves a lucrative home market. It should be OK.

Why Cathay Pacific Wants to Take On Low-Cost Carriers Without Creating Its Own

Airlines

3 Ways Airlines Can Use Wasted Cargo Space to Improve the Passenger Experience

The extra room in cargo could be used to fit more passenger luggage (airlines make a nice profit from that) but most already travel with enough baggage. New ways to structure the cabin, using lost space in the hold to improve the passenger experience, would be most welcome.

3 Ways Airlines Can Use Wasted Cargo Space to Improve the Passenger Experience

Airlines

JetBlue Drops Cargo Business to Add More Human Cargo on Each Plane

Passengers will certainly JetBlue know how they feel -- one way or the other -- about the reduced pitch and extra seats added in JetBlue's A320s starting midway through 2016. Barring a passenger rebellion, the extra seats will be a financial bonanza for JetBlue.

JetBlue Drops Cargo Business to Add More Human Cargo on Each Plane

Airlines

When Airlines Worry More About Cargo Than They Do About Passengers

We're waiting for the flight attendant caught on tape warning a customer that he can easily be replace with a quiet block of much more valuable cargo.

When Airlines Worry More About Cargo Than They Do About Passengers

Airlines

Korean Air joins environmental initiative to stop transport of shark fins

The wins with airlines are primarily symbolic as the vast majority of fins are transported by boat. A more successful attack on the practice is coming from a younger generation that doesn't see the need for shark fin soup.

Korean Air joins environmental initiative to stop transport of shark fins