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The privatisation of SAA has been the subject of debate for a long time. Some opposition parties and some in the private sector argued that the project is draining the national fiscus. Without much warning, the government announced that a private consortium has been approved to purchase a controlling stake in SAA.
Matternet, which has been flying Beyond Visual Line Of Sight (BVLOS) commercially over cities since 2017, will operate its technology under SkyGo's license for BVLOS drone delivery, and transport urgent, high-value goods.
DSV has consolidated its Gauteng operations in South Africa into a new, centralised facility which is the largest of its kind in Africa. It is situated near O.R. Tambo International Airport between Johannesburg and Pretoria and with easy access to the East and West Rand.
The air cargo industry has responded to 18 months of relentless pressure and challenges as the industry was faced with high demand for PPE, ecommerce, vaccines, perishables and other critical cargo as economies and society went into lockdowns then reopened.
The carrier has a successful partnership with ATC in Austria and the Netherlands. The globally operating GSSA with 54 offices in 33 countries will be responsible for all cargo sales in these countries.
Through its investment, Mammoth is embarking on a long-term partnership with GDC Technics (“GDC”), a global aerospace company with extensive expertise in Engineering and Technical services, Modifications, Electronic Systems, R&D, and MRO services.
This new agreement is in addition to the company’s existing multi-year peak season contract that provides FedEx with a minimum of five aircraft during the fourth quarter. Both 747-400 freighters have entered service and are flying on behalf of FedEx.
Having travelled to the dealer to view the fire truck, the buyer made the decision to go ahead and buy it then and there. It was then moved by truck to Greenville–Spartanburg International Airport (GSP) and from there it flew to Frankfurt - Hahn Airport (HHN).
For airlines and GSAs who don’t have eBooking API available, this new functionality allows them to still achieve e-Bookings and thereby benefit from the advantages of a digital distribution process: simplicity, time saving and cost reduction.
The airport operator’s task will be to develop and put in place a cloud-based, paper-free air cargo handling system, together with other sustainable projects concerning mainly the terminal, energy efficiency and traffic developments.
They will focus on the end-to-end customer experience as the business continues to increase capacity on its network whilst offering cargo-only services and its popular charter product.
Gustavo Santi will be responsible for leading the company’s strategy in the country and adapting its services to the needs of the local market. He is also tasked with developing new business opportunities in Brazil.
Exp-Air Cargo will be providing full cargo sales, marketing, customer service and road feeder services connecting to Amerijet's cargo hub in Miami. Exp-Air Cargo will represent its schedule across the ten provinces and three territories of Canada.
Q1 operating results were affected by an estimated $450 million due to a constrained labour market that impacted availability, resulting in network inefficiencies and higher wage rates.
Together, the two companies now serve the global supply chain end-to-end, providing real-time visibility and actionable insights from raw materials to the front door to help brands deliver differentiated direct-to-consumer and eCommerce experiences for their customers.