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TSA Ruling May Allow Dogs to Give Air Cargo a Sniff

TSA Ruling May Allow Dogs to Give Air Cargo a Sniff

When you think of the future of air cargo security, high-tech innovations like blockchain and the internet of things (IoT) may come to mind. [more]

Cold Shipping in Hot Demand as the World Craves More Fresh Food

One of the shipping industry’s hottest markets is cold boxes.[more]

E-Commerce and Express Drive Airport Cargo Growth

In Europe, the gulf between express and general cargo continues to widen. [more]

Amazon Is Launching International Shopping From the U.S.

Amazon is expanding the reach of its U.S. store.[more]

Amazon Prime Reaches More Than 100 Million Members, CEO Jeff Bezos Says Inc. Chief Executive Jeff Bezos said the e-commerce giant has exceeded 100 million paid Prime subscribers and will continue to invest to meet "ever-rising" customer expectations.[more]

Amazon Gets Patent for Delivery Drones That Can React to Screaming Voices, Flailing Arms has been granted a new patent by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for a delivery drone that can respond to human gestures.[more]

Amazon, Google, Others Are Developing Private Air-Traffic Control for Drones

The commercial drone industry wants to create a privately funded and operated air-traffic control network, separate from the current federal system, to enable widespread operations at low altitudes.[more]

Qatar Airways Responds to Blockade by Middle Eastern Neighbors by Adding New Routes

Akbar Al Baker, chief executive of Qatar Airways, has never shied away from a fight.[more]

Airbus Shows Off Its New Automated Delivery Drone Service in Singapore

Airbus is enthusiastically pushing into the drone segment — the company showed off its Alpha One drone taxi earlier this month — and now it has for the first time demonstrated drone-based package deliveries.[more]

Why UPS Is Buying 14 More 747s

The rise of express deliveries and the recent U.S. tax reform have led UPS to order another 14 Boeing 747-8 cargo jets, the logistics firm has announced.[more]

Citing Bomb Risk, TSA Mandates Additional Security on Middle East Airfreight

Citing the increased threat of a bomb being smuggled on board an aircraft bound for the United States, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) issued on Monday an emergency order requiring stricter scrutiny of air cargo. [more]

United Airlines Saves 170,000 Gallons of Fuel by Using Lighter Paper on Inflight Magazine

What difference can an ounce make on an airplane?[more]

Boeing Unveils Prototype Cargo Drone

Aircraft manufacturing giant Boeing has unveiled a prototype drone that it says will be used as a base for its future developments of unmanned and autonomous air systems.[more]

Midwest Storm Causes More Flight Disruptions at FedEx

More winter storms across the U.S. Midwest are causing ongoing disruptions at FedEx Express’s Memphis Airport hub and elsewhere across its network. [more]

Boeing Unveils Prototype for Unmanned Electric Cargo Air Vehicle

Boeing Unveils Prototype for Unmanned Electric Cargo Air Vehicle

Boeing Co this week unveiled a prototype for an unmanned electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing cargo air vehicle (CAV) that the planemaker said will be used to test it’s autonomous technology.[more]

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