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Volume 17, June 2018 | Contents

A welcome return bookmark
Transpacific trade lanes have seen an ongoing surge in demand, bringing new life to the freighter sector and challenging airports to act strategically as Rob Coppinger reports
American dream bookmark
American Airlines’ freight division is in the process of implementing a new cargo management system and fleet expansion, and e-commerce will be crucial for driving growth, as Ian Putzger reports
Cool runnings bookmark
The air cargo industry is calling for higher standards when transporting temperature sensitive pharmaceuticals, as seen by the surge in demand for CEIV certification. Keith Mwanalushi checks in on progress
FlyPharma Conference Europe notches fourth successful year bookmark
The FlyPharma Conference Europe wrapped up for another year on 6 June, returning with an expanded roster of speakers who provided insight into all aspects of the pharmaceutical supply chain, as Ben Hargreaves finds
From the ground, up bookmark
Worldwide Flight Services is a major player in air cargo handling. Keith Mwanalushi speaks to Group Chief Commercial Officer, Barry Nassberg about global expansion and investment in new technologies
Gateway to Africa bookmark
Airport infrastructure is often a challenge at many of Africa’s airports, but with cargo volumes increasing, development needs to be fast tracked, as Keith Mwanalushi finds out
Getting bigger bookmark
The new Beluga XL, due to fly this summer, has increased capacity to cope with increased Airbus production rates and A350 wings. Ian Harbison reports from Toulouse
Getting ready for new-gen freighters bookmark
The freighter conversions market is at full throttle and as Ian Putzger finds, in increasing cases, leasing is becoming a more viable option
Leading lights - Derry Huff bookmark
Airline Cargo Management speaks with Derry Huff, Vice President, Strategic Initiatives, Amerijet International
Mission critical bookmark
Hurricanes ravaged parts of the Caribbean last year and urgent freight charters were crucial in delivering relief aid. Keith Mwanalushi looks at the logistics behind the operations
June 2018