Articles tagged “cargo”

Short-Term Rentals

Daily Podcast: The Higher Cost of Short-Term Rentals

Good morning from Skift. It's Wednesday, January 26, in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: The Higher Cost of Short-Term Rentals

Airlines

Airbus to Launch Airline Using Bulbous Beluga Cargo Planes

Airbus' plans to charter its Beluga planes to transport cargo come at an enormously opportune time for the aviation industry — considering cargo traffic has grown in the last year and those planes have a longer shelf life than expected. No wonder it will make it a subsidiary airline starting in 2023.

Airbus to Launch Airline Using Bulbous Beluga Cargo Planes

Airlines

Singapore Airlines Narrows Loss Through Cost Cuts and Uptick in Flyers

Singapore's reopening of travel lanes for vaccinated travelers won't be an immediate game-changer for the country's hard-hit airline, but it is a hopeful sign.

Singapore Airlines Narrows Loss Through Cost Cuts and Uptick in Flyers

Airline Weekly

Ethiopian Airlines Restores Jets From Cargo Use to Serve Rising Passenger Demand

Ethiopian Airlines Restores Jets From Cargo Use to Serve Rising Passenger Demand

Airline Weekly

FedEx Still Sees Profits Grow as Airlines Up Cargo Game

FedEx Still Sees Profits Grow as Airlines Up Cargo Game

Airline Weekly

WestJet Joins Cargo Frenzy With First Dedicated Air Freighters

WestJet Joins Cargo Frenzy With First Dedicated Air Freighters

Airline Weekly

Azul Boasts of Big Cargo Ambitions in Pandemic Recovery

Azul Boasts of Big Cargo Ambitions in Pandemic Recovery

Airline Weekly

Cargo Takes on Even Greater Value to Airlines With Rising Global Trade

Cargo Takes on Even Greater Value to Airlines With Rising Global Trade

Airline Weekly

Are Airlines Ready to Transport Vaccines for the World?

Are Airlines Ready to Transport Vaccines for the World?

Airlines

Airlines and Airports Scramble to Raise Cash With Cost Cutting and Cargo

To survive this unprecedented time, many airlines and airports are going to have to take radical, new steps.

Airlines and Airports Scramble to Raise Cash With Cost Cutting and Cargo