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  • Boeing stands by dedicated freighter market

    ​Boeing anticipates continued demand for new dedicated freighter aircraft, despite recent weakness in the cargo market.

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  • ANALYSIS: Why small is beautiful in freighter conversions

    News | 23 May 2014 13:37 | Ian Putzger

    Depending on which end of the market you are looking at, the freighter conversion sector is going full throttle or resembling a graveyard. While Aeronautical Engineers (AEI) is straining to meet its backlog of Boeing 737 and MD-80 conversion orders and is preparing for the next types to come into the picture, the large freighter segment is hardly moving at all.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ANALYSIS-Why-small-is-beautiful-in-freighter-conversions-399191/
  • Boeing stands by dedicated freighter market

    News | 15 Oct 2013 20:30 | Edward Russell

    ​Boeing anticipates continued demand for new dedicated freighter aircraft, despite recent weakness in the cargo market.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Boeing-stands-by-dedicated-freighter-market-391752/
  • Air Cargo Germany to grow fleet with three 747s

    News | 11 May 2012 10:30 | Michael Gubisch

    Air Cargo Germany plans to add three Boeing 747-400 Freighters to its fleet by the end of the year. The expansion comes after Russia's Volga-Dnepr...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Air-Cargo-Germany-to-grow-fleet-with-three-747s-371710/
  • Focus: The cargo barometer

    News | 20 Sep 2010 15:06 | Peter Conway

    <P><B><I></I></B><B><I>A</I></B><B><I> </I></B><B><I>sharp first half recovery has put the air cargo business back to pre-crisis levels. But can it last, and has confidence in freighter operations been dented, questions Peter Conway in London</I></B><B><I> </I></B></P> <P>At the start of this year, 86% of top air cargo executives thought it would be <A href="http://www.oliverwyman.com/ow/pdf_files/OW_En_CIVT_Press_2010_AirCargo.pdf">at least two years before business returned to pre-downturn levels of 2007-08</A>, according to a survey by consultancy Oliver Wyman. But there has been some rapid revision of opinions since then.</P> <P>Niko Herrmann, a partner with the firm, says in May cargo traffic was 6-7% up on November 2007, the previous peak month, while IATA put cargo traffic in May and June at 6% above the same months in 2008. These figures put volumes back above pre-recession levels, after a 27.5% year-on-year rise in traffic in the first seven months of 2010.</P> <P> <TABLEhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Focus-The-cargo-barometer-347559/