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China's logistics industry predicted to grow steadily in 2009
A RECENT study from the Centre for Forecasting Science of China Academy of Science predicted that China's logistics industry will grow steadily in 2009 despite the global downturn.
Domestic carriers look to delay delivery of new planes
CHINESE carriers will review their plans to purchase more aircraft because of the changing market conditions and some may delay deliveries, said the director of China's aviation watchdog.
IATA highlights three priorities for managing cargo in crisis
IATA has called on the cargo supply chain to battle the current air cargo crisis by improving security, delivering a better product and boosting efficiency.
Tianjin's 2008 foreign trade value up 12.6pc in 2008
TIANJIN'S foreign trade value increased 12.6 per cent year on year in 2008 to US$80.5 billion
Southern Airlines' cargo volume falls 4.3pc in 2008
CHINA Southern Airlines' cargo volume last year cumulated to 834,700 tonnes, dropping 4.3 per cent over 2007, Logistics Week reported.
Exports in 2008 pulled down to the level of 2007 at the end of the year
The value of Finnish exports remained at a little less than 66 billion euros in 2008, which is almost exactly the same level as the previous year. In January-October exports were still increasing by a few per cent, but the 20 per cent drop in the November exports and the 15 per cent drop in December left the total sum of Finnish exports at the same level as in 2007. The imports of 2008 increased by four per cent even though also the value of imports decreased by 15 per cent in December.
Maersk enhances Asia – Europe network
Maersk Line has announced enhancements and adjustments to its Asia - Europe network. The adjustments include improved port coverage, faster transit times and new direct services.
China Southern Airlines puts Airbus A330 on Beijing-Urumqi Air Route
China Southern Airlines Xinjiang branch office reports to launch brand new A330 passenger aircraft on Beijing-Urumqi-Beijing air route.
TNT earnings plummet
TNT, Europe's second-largest mail and express delivery company, reported a 37 percent plunge in fourth-quarter operating profit as the global economic downturn hit demand for its air and trucking express services.
First Private Chinese Carrier Resumes Passenger Flights
Private Chinese carrier OK Air, which hadn’t operated passenger flights for six weeks, resumed flights on January 24. Now the Company operates flight to 8 destinations with passenger workload around 60%.
China's Aviation Giant AVIC Signs US$25,8 Billion Credit Agreement
Aviation Industry Corp. of China (AVIC), the country's aviation giant, signed a 176 billion yuan (US$25.8 billion) credit agreement with 10 Chinese banks on January 8.
China has signed air transport agreement with 111 countries in the world
China Civil Aviation Administration spreads its activity to intensify foreign affairs and develop bilateral relations with other countries.
United Eagle Airlines owe Sichuan Airports 30 million CNY
Company’s debt to Sichuan province’s airports in the period from March 2007 to October 2008 reached 30.45 million Chinese Yuan, which is 90% from the total volume of the airports’ service for the Airlines.
HKIA Records Further Decline in Air Traffic
14 December 2008. Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) announced figures that showed a continuing fall in cargo and passenger volume in November. Hong Kong International Airport handled 3.8 million passengers and 296,000 tonnes of cargo in November 2008, representing a year-on-year drop of 5.6% and 18.7% respectively. Air traffic movements fell 1.3% from November 2007 to 24,815.
First charter flight linking Taiwan and mainland China launched today
As a result of the agreement between Chinese and Taiwanese two parties’ development foundations, signed in November 2008, the so called “three communication lines” program was launched on December 15.
China's first private carrier suspends passenger flights
One of China's private airlines has suspended passenger flights due to financial and management problems, state media reported on Saturday, the latest victim of the global economic crisis.
Direct Charter flights connecting Taiwan with Mainland launch December 15
Taiwanese “China Airlines” reports to launch charter flights, linking Taiwan with continental China. First flight will be operated on December 15 at the latest. This is the first carrier to launch such flights so far.
“Shanghai airport” announces its 3rd quarter financial report
According to the report company’s income increased 5% to 2,423 billion dollars, at the same time costs for airport exploitation rose 69% and reached 1,529 billion dollars.
China Invests in Airport Construction
PRC government launches 30 billion CNY airport construction and modernization program.
Boeing Forecasts Long-Term Growth in Air Cargo Traffic
Boeing predicts the world air cargo growth will expand at a 5.8 percent annual rate over the next two decades, with worldwide air freight traffic tripling through 2027
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