American offers network-wide pharma options

American Airlines Cargo has extended temperature-controlled capability to its entire mainline fleet, following trials conducted in partnership with CSafe Global and CargoSense. Through the use of CSafe Global’s industry-leading packaging and Temperature Loggers provided by CargoSense, American proved all of its aircraft offer ideal environments for passive temperature-sensitive shipments. It will allow American to nearly double its capacity for handling ExpediteTC solutions and extend the airline’s cold-chain solution network to 30 ... [+]

American to relaunch transatlantic flights

American Airlines is restarting ten routes to the US from airports across the UK and Europe including Dublin and Heathrow during March as part of its summer schedule.  It will launch a new 777-200 service from Heathrow to Seattle from 30 March, initially three times weekly, increasing to daily from ... [+]

American Airlines cuts green deal with Kuehne+Nagel

American Airlines has reached an agreement in principle to allocate a portion of the carbon reduction benefit it generates through its use of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to Kuehne+Nagel. It is believed to be the largest SAF collaboration between a freight company and an airline, and is based on 3 ... [+]

American plans 1,000-flight all-cargo programme

American is planning a cargo-only schedule of more than 1,000 flights serving 32 cities in September, doubling its August programme. Together with passenger flights with bellyhold capacity, this will give cargo customers access to more than 2,200 flights throughout the month. The cargo flights – the first all-freight services operated ... [+]

American Airlines appoints cargo president

American Airlines has named Jessica Tyler as its new president of cargo and vice president of airport excellence. The appointment and role are part of American’s recent right-sizing of its management and support staff after the covid pandemic. Tyler’s predecessor Rick Elieson has moved to a passenger role. [+]

American steps up schedule

American Airlines has expanded its cargo schedule to provide 140 weekly flights to 15 cities in Asia Pacific, Europe and the Caribbean, up from 80 flights in the previous week. New destinations include daily flights between Chicago and Heathrow, Chicago and Paris, Philadelphia and Rome and Philadelphia and Zurich.   [+]

American ups Heathrow flights

American Airlines is increasing its cargo-only service from the US to Europe including new flights from Chicago O’Hare to London Heathrow and Paris Charles De Gaulle. There are also cargo flights from New York JFK to Heathrow. From Philadelphia (PHL), American will begin cargo-only service to Zurich and Rome. Existing ... [+]

Fair shares for everyone from American Airlines

American Airlines said it would implement a fair booking policy to address late changes or cancellations from 1 May. It said the aim was to reduce unused space, especially when demand is critical. The new booking policy still allows customer to cancel up to 48 hours prior to scheduled departure ... [+]

From Holland with love

American Airlines Cargo says its staff around the world rose to the occasion for Valentine’s day, delivering a million lbs of flowers, including 920,000 lb from Amsterdam 15% up on last year. The explanation is not that the Dutch are especially romantic but because it is the location of the ... [+]

AA’s Tim Isik comes across to Cargo

  American Airlines Cargo has appointed Tim Isik as director, cargo sales – Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). He comes to cargo from the passenger channel sales team, where he led American’s leisure sales business across the UK, Ireland and Iceland. [+]

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