Archive | February, 2011

Qatar Airways announces move into Canada | Qatar Airways | AMEinfo.com

The destination marks Qatar Airways' first foray into Canada following a series of bilateral negotiations in Doha last year, when the airline secured rights to fly passenger and cargo flights to the country. The province of Quebec's capital city becomes the airline's fourth ... Jeddah airport upgrade project set to begin. » Emirates responds to Lufthansa's accusations over... Emirates will operate the first ever A380 service into Kuwait this month, in honour of ... [...more]

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thebahamasweekly.com – Airport Opening Gala Remarks by Prime …

And I acknowledge the advice and assistance of the institutions that served as financial advisors, arrangers and ultimately as bankers to the project : Citigroup, First Caribbean, Royal Bank of Canada , Scotia Bank, Export Bank of Canada , the National ... the largest cruise ships in the world, the reconstruction of the historic Nassau Straw Market destroyed by fire in 2001, and the removal of cargo shipping from downtown Nassau to a new port being constructed at Arawak Cay. ... [...more]

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Website Freight Forwarding Companies – Courier Quotes

Are you looking for freight forwarding companies? Australia's leading independently owned interstate and international freight forwarder on the internet. At CourierQuotes.com.au our team of highly trained freight forwarder services have over ... [...more]

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Cargo news spreads in Africa

“The target audiences for African Cargo News will be government agencies, airlines, carriers, port directors and managers, natural resources markets, project cargo and heavy lift specialists, terminal operators, shippers and a diverse ... [...more]

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Northern Exposure

Barrett Xplore is also working on what Maduri calls “a big infrastructure project in the sky”—deploying 4G satellites over Canada , which he says are the “least cost, best fit solution” for bringing internet to remote communities in the ... [...more]

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Freight Services in Finland – Adapting to the Post-recession World

Stephen Willis is Managing Director of RW Freight Services a UK based freight transport company, established in 1971 and operating worldwide freight forwarding services including specialist freight services to and from Finland ... [...more]

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The governments of Canada and New Brunswick announce new …

Description: The Port of Saint John Cruise Gateway Project will expand the berthing capacity of the port, allowing for increased international travel to the city and maximizing opportunities for economic growth in the Atlantic cruise industry. ... This will enhance the airport's position as a key international air cargo hub, and facilitate increased trade and traffic through the airport. Total Investment: $24 million. Canada's component is up to $4 million, with the ... [...more]

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YHZ To Get Bigger Runway…why? — Civil Aviation Forum | Airliners.net

The Canadian government have announced funding to increase the runway length at YHZ. http://www.cbc.ca/news/ canada /nova-s.../21/ns-halifax-airport-runway.html But why is a longer runway needed? The runway at 8800ft. is certainly big enough to handle 744s as ... There was even a one time AC 77W 3 years ago. I understand with foggy and bad weather a bigger runway is better but does Halifax have the pax/ cargo market to support such a project ?[Edited 2011-02-22 10:52:11] [...more]

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Perth course delivers project cargo skills

Perth course delivers project cargo skills. A training course for project forwarders to fast track industry skills and knowledge will be held in Australia for the first time in conjunction with Lloyd's List DCN Breakbulk and Project ... [...more]

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The governments of Canada and Nova Scotia announce new investments …

Description: This project will extend the airport's main runway from 8800 to 10500 feet to allow the airport to handle larger wide-bodied and heavy aircraft. This will enhance the airport's position as a key international air cargo hub. ... [...more]

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