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4/18/2007 Two new telephone numbers have been added to the ATC Air Service Shanghai branch

We are glad to inform you that two new telephone numbers have been added to the ATC Air Service Shanghai branch. Complete list of contacts are: +86 21 68853525 +86 21 68853586 +86 21 68853507 +86 21 68853509

4/5/2007 Pudong airport moves up two notches to No.6

Shanghai Pudong International Airport climbed the ranks as the world’s sixth largest airport in terms of cargo traffic last year. The airport loaded 2,159,321 tons of freight and mail in 2006, a jump of 16.3 percent from a year before. The United State's Memphis Airport (3,692,200 tons) ranked No. 1 on the total cargo list, followed by the Hong Kong International Airport (3,608,800 tons) and the airports in United States' Anchorage (2,803,800 tons), South Korea's Seoul (2,336,600 tons); and Japan's Tokyo(2,280,000 tons).

3/16/2007 “Aeroflot” Russian Airlines to buy 37 new aircraft from “Airbus”

Aeroflot” Russian Airlines is about to sign contract with Airbus for buying more then 30 new aircraft, among them 15 A-330 and 22 A-350 aircrafts.

3/12/2007 Beijing airport to begin trial operation of new runways for 2008 Olympics

Beijing's expanded Capital Airport will test its new three runways next October in the configuration designed for the 2008 Olympic Games.

3/1/2007 Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport upgrade approved

Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport has won state approval for a 15.3 billion yuan expansion that features a second runway and a new terminal. The growth plan for the smaller of the city's two airports is expected to boost Hongqiao's capacity to 40 million passengers a year by 2015, according to the statement. The expansion project comprises a 3,300-meter runway and a new terminal with an area of 250,000 square meters, plus new public facilities.

2/15/2007 22,700 new aircraft required to meet fleet modernisation and growth in next 20 years

Between 2006 and 2025, some 22,700 new passenger and freight aircraft valued at US$2.6 trillion will be required by aircraft operators, according to the latest Airbus Global Market Forecast. This represents an increase of some 5,400 aircraft compared with the previous one, made two years ago. China will purchase about 3000 new planes to meet the development of its civil aviation industry, China’s air transport volume ranked second in the world after USA.

2/6/2007 China to buy 2,900 jets in next 20 years

CHINA is expected to buy nearly 2,900 new planes worth US$280 billion over the next 20 years. China will become the second largest aviation market next to the United States in the next 20 years, and the Chinese market will grow at the fastest pace.

1/29/2007 HK Int'l Airport's new passenger terminal to open in February

Hong Kong International Airport's (HKIA) has invested HK$2.8 billion (US$358.6 million) in the new passenger terminal, known as Terminal 2 or T2, will begin phased opening next month. This investment will allow us to better meet passenger demand. In February, 130 retail and catering outlets and four entertainment zones will start opening in the 140,000-square-metre terminal. A 36-bay coach station will debut next, while 56 airline check-in counters and customs and immigration facilities will open afterwards.


Starting from Feb 7, 2007 Aeroflot commences regular flights Adler - Frankfurt - Adler. Flight will be executed every Wednesday.

12/13/2006 Shanghai's Pudong to have biggest airfreight terminal in 2008

Shanghai SHANGHAI's Pudong International Airport has started constructing what will eventually become mainland China's largest air cargo terminal in an effort to keep pace with anticipate growth in trade volumes. This comes amid projections that Pudong will handle the third largest quantity of airfreight worldwide by 2008, Xinhua News Agency reports, adding that the new facility will be inside the airport's west cargo handling area. Construction of the new airfreight terminal is set for completion by the end of 2007, with operations expected to commence early the following year. Today, the largest air cargo terminal in China is Super Terminal 1 at the Hong Kong International Airport. This facility has an annual capacity of 2.6 million tons, making it the world's largest air cargo handling facility.

11/9/2006 Russia-China biz ties reach new level

Russian and Chinese bilateral trade reached US$29.1 billion in 2005.

7/19/2006 Transportation network expands for cargo flows from China to RF destinations

Transportation network expands for cargo flows from China to RF destinations

10/27/2006 Winter schedule introduction Shanghai-Moscow

Due to winter schedule introduction, starting from October, 29th "Aeroflot" flights will be fulfilled on 1,3,5,6,7 day of week (type of vessel Boeing 767) allowing to optimize cargo transportation on this route.

6/1/2006 Aeroflot enters the fray on Asia-Europe route

Aeroflot enters the fray on Asia-Europe route Aeroflot is set to intensify competition in the Asia-Russia-Europe air cargo market with the recent transformation of its cargo division into a separate company, the upgrading of its freighter fleet and intentions to expand its cargo market share in China and other Asian countries.

10/20/2006 CMA CGM expands its North China Express service to the ports of Beirut and Le Havre

CMA CGM expands its North China Express service to the ports of Beirut and Le Havre CMA CGM is pleased to announce the upgrading of its North China Express service with a new direct call to Lebanon at the Port of Beirut and a weekly additional direct call to Le Havre in France

8/21/2006 Chiwan sets monthly box record in July

CHIWAN Container Terminal (CCT) surpassed its previous throughput high in May by 40,000 TEU, after handling 410,000 TEU in July, according to a company statement.


JSC Aeroflot Russian Airlines commences regular flights Moscow-Magadan-Moscow starting from July 25, 2006

7/7/2006 Happy times for Hapag-Lloyd

Hapag-Lloyd is now the world’s fifth largest container carrier....

7/7/2006 Increased cargo capacities from Shanghai to Moscow

Aeroflot adds two passenger flights to existing four weekly from Shanghai starting from June 2006

7/7/2006 Railway in Russia: TransContainer Commenced Its Operations with Traffic Collapse

On July 1 and July 2 the newly-established TransContainer JSC (JSC RZD's subsidiary) refused to ship containers in the Far East and other railway divisions....

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