The US manufacturer has released its projections for the air cargo market through to 2041. Find out further here…
Tom Batchelor travels to southern California to learn more about a remarkable turnaround taking place in San Bernardino
Thanks to a Class E conversion on the Airbus A330-300, this freighter solution would see aircraft loading undertaken by a conveyor inside the cargo hold (pictured) instead of pallets or containers.
With soaring interest in converted and custom-built cargo aircraft, manufacturers are scrambling to meet enormous demand. Richard Schuurman speaks to some of the key players within this booming sector
In response to the “continuing growth” of eCommerce demand, Lufthansa Cargo plans to kick-off operations with the Airbus A321P2F (passenger-to-freighter) from March 15 in a bid to offer its customers “even more capacity” and “additional fast connections”.