Management fall out from top-heavy Qantas

Management fall out from top-heavy Qantas

The Qantas Group has announced reductions in management staff as part of a fundamental review of the company’s organisational structure.

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) called on the cargo supply chain to battle the current air cargo crisis by improving security, delivering a better product and boosting efficiency. IATA said the industry needs to save AUD7.5 billion with

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IATA calls for total deregulation

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Governments should let airlines operate like any other global industry to help them survive through the current economic crisis, an industry peak body has argued.

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Australian air freight goes paperless

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Australian air freight goes paperless

Australia has become the sixth country to deliver paper-free air cargo this year with the roll-out of the IATA

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‘e-freight’ gets off the ground

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‘e-freight’ gets off the ground

Lufthansa Cargo, in partnership with DB Schenker, has despatched the first paperless airfreight shipment from the German market.

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Carbon-neutral airlines coming

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Aircraft makers, airlines, airports and air traffic controllers have pledged to work towards “carbon-neutral growth” and reduce their industry’s contribution to global warming.

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Will Asia save world aviation?

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Global aviation has only just returned to profitability, but the world’s airlines are flying into a storm of debt, rising fuel bills and a looming US recession – but Asia could be a bright spot, according to the IATA.

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IATA points to downturn in 2008

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The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released a new industry financial forecast estimating a global industry profit of US$5.6 billion in 2007 falling to US$5.0 billion in 2008.

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The world’s four biggest air cargo associations – TIACA, FIATA, IATA, NITL – have signed a letter of intent committing to work towards the formation of an industry advisory group to ensure the air cargo industry has a strong, unified voice in its dealing

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Boeing and Airbus maintain they will continue developing biofuel-powered aircraft, whilst European aviation authorities are designing traffic-friendly approach paths to save fuel and reduce emissions.

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