Tony Sanchez

ATSG delivers 767-200 to SkyTaxi

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November 21, 2018 Air Transport Services Group (ATSG) has delivered a Boeing 767-200 converted freight to SkyTaxi of Poland under a seven-year lease. Through ATSG’s subsidiary Cargo Aircraft Management, SkyTaxi has been granted the option to lease a second 767-200 for delivery in 2019. SkyTaxi operates two Saab 340s from its home base at Copernicus […]

Cargo pilots concerned about how airlines are run

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November 21, 2018 Pilots contracted to fly for Amazon Air and DHL are concerned about the way their airlines are being run, survey results have found. More than 1,200 pilots at Atlas Air Worldwide subsidiaries Atlas Air and Southern Air, and Air Transport Services Group (ATSG) subsidiary ABX Air were asked questions about hiring, retaining, […]

ONE, Hapag-Lloyd and MSC Team Up on Asia-South America Service

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November 21, 2018 Liner giants Ocean Network Express (ONE), Hapag-Lloyd and Mediterranean Shipping Co (MSC) have expanded their partnership in the Asia-South America trade lane with a new service. The service will connect Asia with the east coast of South America, calling major ports in Korea, China, Singapore, Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina and South Africa. It is scheduled […]

Port of Marseille Fos Reveals LNG Bunkering Master Plan

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November 21, 2018 The Port of Marseille Fos, a major cruise ship port in the heart of the Mediterranean, has set sights on developing LNG bunkering infrastructure as part of its plans on cutting ship pollution and in line with the overall decarbonization strategy of the maritime sector. A working group, which was set up in […]

NYK Plans to Develop E-Money Network

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November 21, 2018 Japanese shipping company NYK is considering the creation of a new network that will enable onboard financial settlements through the remittance of electronic money (e-money).  Onboard tests have been conducted to examine the potential to reduce administrative work and the risk of cash loss and thus foster an employee-friendly workplace where crews can […]

easyJet CEO says no interest in Flybe at the moment

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November 20, 2018 The boss of British low-cost airline easyJet said he did not have “any interest in this particular topic on Flybe at the moment” when he was asked if he would be interested in buying the struggling airline. Regional airline Flybe said last week it was in talks with potential buyers after it […]

American Airlines pilots seek new contract negotiations

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November 20, 2018 American Airlines  pilots union on Monday urged the carrier to begin negotiations for a new labor contract in January to boost compensation. The airline signed a five-year contract with its pilots in early 2015 after exiting Chapter 11 bankruptcy, providing immediate pay raises of 23 percent and subsequent annual increases of three […]

Jeju Air Orders 40 Boeing 737 MAX 8s

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November 10, 2018 South Korean low-cost carrier Jeju Air has ordered 40 Boeing 737 MAX 8s in a deal worth USD$4.68 billion at list process. The purchase agreement includes options on a further 10 MAX 8s and is the largest order ever placed by a Korean low cost airline, according to Boeing. “With Korea’s growing […]

Evergreen Marine Orders Feeder Quartet in China

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November 10, 2018 Taiwan-listed container shipping major Evergreen Marine has placed an order for the construction of four feeder vessels at a Chinese yard. The containerships, which were ordered from Jiangnan Shipyard, will feature 2,500 TEU. Evergreen Marine is paying USD 31 million to USD 35 million per ship, according to the company’s stock exchange filing. […]

Diana Shipping Signs Charter Deal with Berge Bulk

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November 10, 2018 Greek dry bulk shipowner Diana Shipping has entered into a time charter contract with Singapore-based Berge Bulk Shipping for one of its Capesize dry bulk vessels. The 174,186 dwt Sideris GS was hired for a period until minimum December 15, 2019 up to maximum March 30, 2020. The parties agreed a gross charter […]