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Korean Air Full Transition to Electronic Airway Bill by 2024

    n a significant move towards sustainability and enhanced services, Korean Air announced its upcoming transition to a fully digital documentation system for air cargo: the electronic airwaybill (e-AWB). This digital transition will initially cover documents for general cargo departing from Korea headed for major markets, including North America, Europe, and Japan.

    How Qatar Airways Cargo & ADI Rescued Ruben, the World’s Loneliest Lion

      The tragic tale of Ruben, known globally as the world’s loneliest lion, imprisoned in desolation for five years in a deserted Armenian zoo, has taken a turn for the better. The benevolent collaboration between Animal Defenders International (ADI) and Qatar Airways Cargo has resulted in a fresh chapter for Ruben in the lush lands of Free State, South Africa.

      Schiphol Airport August 2023 Traffic and Transport: Stats to Know

        Schiphol’s figures underline its pivotal role in European and global air travel as travel demands evolve. While the cargo figures have room for improvement, the overall stats indicate a bustling, thriving airport ready to meet the world’s travel and transport needs.

        Qatar Airways Cargo Boosts Services with Freighter Resumption to Bahrain

          In a recent move marking its commitment to enhancing cargo services in the Middle East, Qatar Airways Cargo has resumed its freighter operations to Bahrain, starting from the 1st of September, 2023. This significant step ensures an influx of over 4,500 tonnes weekly cargo capacity across the region.

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          Europe’s Airports Recover: ACI EUROPE Reports on H1

            European airport trade body, ACI EUROPE, has unveiled its latest air traffic report. This document provides detailed insights on air traffic for the month of June, the second quarter (Q2), and the first half (H1) of 2023.

            Panoramic aerial view of rural landscape with agricultural lands and fields on a background of cloudy blue sky from the window inside an airplane.

            How Google and the ICCT Plan to Help Airlines Meet their Sustainability Goals

              As part of a significant stride towards fostering sustainable travel, Google has spearheaded the formation of an advisory committee to refine and augment Google’s Travel Impact Model (TIM).

              The search giant aims to offer travelers more precise flight emission estimates and advocate for environmentally-conscious travel decisions. The committee is an amalgamation of climate scientists, academics, and representatives hailing from airlines, airports, and non-profit organizations. Their shared goal is to incorporate the latest scientific data and industry best practices into the TIM.

              Plenty Fishy at Oslo Airport

                Avinor Oslo Airport saw a huge increase in air cargo in 2017, the biggest volumes of which were exports of fresh Norwegian seafood.