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ICBC to Buy 747-8 Freighters?

ICBC to Buy 747-8 Freighters?

According to a Bloomberg report, China-based ICBC Financial Leasing Co. is in talks with Boeing about the purchase of four or five 747-8Fs, with the intent of leasing...

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Alibaba’s Delayed IPO & More Alibaba News

Alibaba’s Delayed IPO & More Alibaba News

Too late for eight-eight: Alibaba, the world’s biggest e-commerce company and the driver of phenomenal growth in express shipping in China, had planned to make its...

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Chinese All-Cargo Carriers Continue Fleet Expansions

Chinese All-Cargo Carriers Continue Fleet Expansions

Chinese all-cargo carriers continue rapid expansion of their narrowbody freighter fleets.  There has been much speculation recently that China’s all-cargo operators...

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June & July Aircraft Comings & Goings

June & July Aircraft Comings & Goings

• Nauru Airlines took delivery of its first ever freighter. The carrier, based on the Pacific island of Nauru (3,000 km northeast of Australia), is changing its name...

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Another Big Increase in Cargo Traffic for Cathay

Another Big Increase in Cargo Traffic for Cathay

Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific Airways reported June cargo traffic up 16.0% y-o-y to 817 million RTKs. After a flat  year-over-year performance in January and February,...

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PACTL Expects Record Year

PACTL Expects Record Year

Shanghai Pudong International Airport Cargo Terminals Co. Ltd. (Pactl, the biggest cargo handler at PVG) reported its June handle up 12.4% to 108,000 tonnes. This...

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HACTL Recovers Strongly from Loss of Cathay

HACTL Recovers Strongly from Loss of Cathay

Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals (Hactl) reported its first-half handle, adjusted for the loss of Cathay Pacific’s business last year, up 11.5% y o y to 869,000 tonnes....

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CMT Establishes Air Cargo Division

CMT Establishes Air Cargo Division

Taiwanese bulk shipping company Chinese Maritime Transport (CMT) announced in mid-June that it plans to establish an air cargo unit, CMT Air Cargo, to diversify its...

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