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Articles tagged “cargo”

Airlines

Airlines Putting Safety Over Profits in Smartphone Battery Ban

Delta, American and United have banned bulk shipments of rechargeable lithium batteries and pilots around the world are pressing for such cargo shipments to be discontinued until safety measures can be assured.

Airlines Putting Safety Over Profits in Smartphone Battery Ban

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

Evergreen International Airlines Files For Bankruptcy Protection

Airlines

How the iPhone Is Helping Cathay Pacific out of Its Slump

We don't always remember that a plane stuffed with tiny, expensive packages can mean much more to an airline's bottom line than a passenger with a ticket.

How the iPhone Is Helping Cathay Pacific out of Its Slump

Airlines

Cathay Pacific Cuts Capacity to Restore Profitability

With fewer but more expensive (and therefore profitable) seats, Cathay is following an industry trend that borrows from coach to deck out business class.

Cathay Pacific Cuts Capacity to Restore Profitability

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