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HKG becomes first CEIV Fresh-accredited airport

Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) is now the world’s first International Air Transportation Association (IATA) Center of Excellence for Independent Validators (CEIV) Fresh-certified airport. Launch partners in the program include the Airport Authority Hong Kong (AAHK), Cathay Pacific, Cathay Pacific Services Limited (CPSL) and Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Limited (Hactl).   Standards for the IATA CEIV Fresh program are based on the […]

A new model for complementary airport systems in Beijing and Chengdu

This post continues our feature on the development of dual-airport systems in Beijing and Chengdu. A new model for complementary airport systems  Air cargo logistics providers operating in major Chinese cities aren’t strangers to running cargo operations through multiple airports in Chinese cities. However, the development of the “one city, two airports” complementary airport model in Beijing and Chengdu will vary from those formerly […]

Pushed to the limits: As Beijing and Chengdu prepare to become multi-airport cities, where will the cargo flow?

Growing pains In Nanjing, Thursday is the best day to eat at Mrs. Huang’s Yunannese cuisine restaurant. Why? Because it is the day that long dou, or dragon bean, shipments from China’s central Kunming province arrive in Nanjing, which is located in the eastern province of Jiangsu. According to Mrs. Huang, she and her husband could not serve certain traditional dishes […]

Shifting economic conditions, mixed results in January airport throughput

Update: This information has been updated to include LAX and MEM. Cargo throughput results for the beginning of 2019 were mixed, with certain regions performing significantly better than others. Airports in North America saw the majority of growth in cargo volumes in January, while airports in Mainland China saw modest rebounds and European airports experienced […]

Top 5 ground handling innovations part II: tangible technologies and infrastructure

  This post continues our feature on the top five innovations in ground handling and focuses on the physical infrastructure and technologies supporting the air cargo industry. Actually moving cargo requires physical infrastructure. Autonomous vehicles, specialized facilities and unmanned aerial vehicles can aid in ensuring the quality of goods is protected, while supporting the processes […]

West delta rising part II: comprehensive network expansion and complementing airport strategies

Today’s Part II continues our feature considering the role of the recently opened Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge in supporting the diversification of cargo flows in China’s Pearl River Delta region. Read on to learn more about the role of the HZMB in PRD airports' strategies to expand cargo logistics networks by air or click here to […]
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