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Finnair does deal with pilots union

FINNAIR has approved a one-off long term incentive plan for its pilots as part of a savings agreement between the airline and the Finnish Air Line Pilots' Association (SLL) that will generate 17 million euros ($22 million) in permanent annual savings.

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Biofuels unlikely to cut carbon by more than 4 per cent by 2020

Biofuels are unlikely to play a significant role in cutting carbon emissions for the airline industry, according to consulting firm ICF International.

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House of Lords studies drones

AN investigation into the civil use of drones by the UK government's second legislative chamber, the House of Lords, could have significant repercussions for the future development and growth of the European Union (EU) airfreight industry.

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Runways now political faultline ahead of election

Runway capacity is now a political faultline between the UK's two ruling political parties, the Liberal Democrats and the Conservative party. 

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European Union leads 3.3% traffic growth

European freight traffic has increased by 3.3 per cent year-on-year in August, with the growth coming from within the European Union (EU), while non-EU airports have been flat due to sharp decreases in Russia, according to Airports Council International (ACI) Europe's August Airport Traffic Report.

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Positive but patchy says IATA

Airfreight volumes increased in August, compared to July, but improvements have been patchy and differ region to region, with Asia Pacific driving the upturn, according to the International Air Transport Association's financial monitor.

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Emirates signs 10 year deal to collaborate with Linhas Aereas De Angola

Emirates is to take a role in the management of TAAG Linhas Aéreas De Angola (TAAG) as part of a 10 year deal. 

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FedEx Express begins work on Copenhagen airport facility

Work has started on FedEx Express' new Copenhagen Airport facility

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Turbine testing to follow VV-Plane cargo drone test flights

4X4 Aviation's scale-model (see picture) of its Versatile Vehicle (VV)-Plane  cargo drone flew briefly on 26 September following a presentation on the project's next steps.

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Nigerian airport authority denies Ebola at Lagos Airport

The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has denied that an outbreak of Ebola is imminent at Murtala Muhammed Lagos Airport's cargo terminal.

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Pegasus widens its network

Pegasus Airlines has expanded its network with new routes in the African continent with two new destinations in Egypt. 

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Aeroflot faces further falls in freight tonnage

Aeroflot's cargo and mail volumes continue to be weak, with a slight rise of 119 tonnes in August compared to July, but last month's tonnage was still less than the year's best months of March and April, when it handled more than 13,000 tonnes. 

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DHL tests cargo drones in Deutschland

A cargo drone pilot project to deliver medicine to Germany's North Sea island of Juist is to be undertaken by DHL, but the integrator was not available to say when.

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Question of Manston’s future to drag on

The fate of Manston Airport may not be known for months, despite the fact that its owners have now sold the site to redevelopers, as the local council's process to decide whether or not to make a compulsory purchase continues.

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Third Hong Kong runway clears another environmental hurdle

Plans to expand Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) with a third runway have passed another hurdle with the endorsement of an environmental council assessment that includes conditions to protect marine life and ecology.

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LATAM’s slow August due to weak imports

LATAM Airlines' revenue ton kilometres (RTK) has dipped to 344 million in August, from 346 million in July, which it is blaming on weak imports into Latin America, continuing the decline seen throughout 2014.

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AfA wins day on Carnet rules

THE Airforwarders Association (AfA) has welcomed the US Census Bureau's decision to keep the Carnet exemption in place for temporary shipments to and from the US, after warning of the administrative burden companies could face.

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Air China August tonnage increases but so does capacity

Air China handled 126,534 tonnes of cargo in August, recording increases on both a year-on-year and month-on-month basis.

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North America beckons for Jettainer

This week unit load device specialist Jettainer is to announce a new North American customer and the ULD firm's new sales director Don Jacobs has identified low cost airlines as a future market segment.

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IATA: 2014 demand is stagnant

Traffic volumes are up five per cent on a year ago, thanks to a solid rise in July, and demand in commodities like semi-conductors, but the rest of 2014 has been flat, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA) quarterly cargo market analysis.

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