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Agatis’ Crew Repatriated After Three Months in Colombia

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February 16, 2016 The 18-member crew of the bulk carrier Agatis, who have been stranded in Barranquilla, Colombia for more than three months, have returned to Cristobal, Panama, the Panama Maritime Authority (AMP) said. Read More

Sale of DryShips’ Bulkers Falls Flat

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February 16, 2016 The sale of the three bulk carriers, Fakarava, Rangiroa and Negonego, to entities controlled by DryShips’ Chairman and CEO, George Economou has failed, the company said. Read More

Höegh LNG Pulls the Plug on FLNG Activities

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February 16, 2016 Höegh LNG Holdings Ltd. has decided to put all FLNG activities on hold and to allocate all resources and capital to its core business; FSRUs, because this is where it sees the highest return on invested capital and the most promising market prospects. Read More

APM Terminals Pipavav Welcomes 1st Indian RoRo Service Call

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February 16, 2016 APM Terminals Pipavav welcomed the IDM Symex car carrier, which arrived with a cargo of 800 Hyundai cars loaded at the Port of Chennai on February 5th, in a pioneering use of coastal transportation of Indian-manufactured automobiles. Read More

Global Aviation Had ‘Extraordinarily Safe’ 2015 – IATA

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February 15, 2016 The number of air accidents and resulting fatalities dropped in 2015 from the previous year, and was well below the five-year average, IATA said. Read More

Virgin Flight Turns Back After Laser Incident

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February 15, 2016 A Virgin Atlantic flight to New York returned to London Heathrow airport on Sunday after a “laser beam incident”, the airline said. Read More

Singapore Airlines expects global economic weakness to dent premium traffic

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February 15, 2016 Singapore Airlines expects weakness in the global economy to impact its premium air traffic, the carrier’s chief executive officer said on Monday. Read More

Airlines reject criticism of fares after oil price drop

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February 15, 2016 Global airlines countered allegations of profiteering from low oil prices on Monday after renewed criticism that air fares have failed to come down in line with tumbling fuel costs. Read More      

Malaysia Airlines says delays Airbus A380 sale for two years at least

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February 15, 2016 Malaysia Airlines (MAS) has delayed plans to sell some of its Airbus A380 jumbo jets, and will now keep all six of them at least until 2018 after retiring its fleet of Boeing 777s. Read More  

Shippers bemoan state of roads

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February 15, 2016 The UK Freight Transport Association has spoken out against congestion and the deteriorating condition of road surfaces on motorways, other major trunk roads and local, urban roadways. Read More