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Flowers to fly into Doncaster Sheffield

Network Airline Management is launching a weekly MD11 service from Nairobi to Doncaster Sheffield Airport bringing in flowers and vegetables for retailers.

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Stop procrastinating over air capacity, says BIFA

Ahead of the results of the general election, the British International Freight Association (BIFA) has said that the future UK government needs to stop procrastinating over the expansion of aviation capacity.

IATA demands faster air cargo modernisation

The International Air Transport Association has called for faster progress on modernisation of the air cargo industry with completion of digitisation of the supply chain, harmonised standards, and use of enhanced technology.

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Airline group calls for rethink on Heathrow runway length

Plans to build a third runway at Heathrow could be derailed by the cost and complexity of bridging the M25, the International Airlines Group has warned. And it called for a shorter runway that would not cross the motorway.

DSV boosts operating margin

DSV produced an operating profit of DKK1.1 billion in the first quarter of 2017 – almost double the figure for the year before. It represents a 6.2 per cent operating margin compared to 4.2 per cent a year ago.

IAG Cargo ships 1,000 Critical shipments

IAG Cargo has shipped more than 1,000 ‘Critical’ shipments since October last year when it launched the services for urgent and emergency shipments, providing guaranteed capacity and enhanced shipment monitoring for ‘must-fly’ goods.

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DHL and Gatwick open £3.8m waste plant

DHL Supply Chain and Gatwick Airport have opened a £3.8 million waste management plant. The new site disposes of category 1 waste, as well as turning organic waste into energy to heat Gatwick’s the facility and power its recovery system.