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Koch to head Coyne Airways in January

Tristan Koch is to join London-based airfreight operator Coyne Airways in January 2019 as its new managing director. He has over 18 years of experience in the air cargo industry, including senior roles at British Airways, and, most recently, American Airlines, where he was managing director cargo sales, for Europe, Middle East, Africa and the Indian subcontinent. The carrier is building its network to expand its existing markets around the Caspian ... [+]

Air firms to back child charity

Coyne Airways and Air Charter Service are backing War Child, a charity which supports children affected by conflict. Family-run Coyne and ACS will donate an agreed amount per transaction on behalf of their customers, starting from next month. Customers will be given the opportunity to match the donation on a ... [+]

All change at Coyne Airways

All-cargo carrier Coyne Airways has appointed Liana Coyne as chief operating officer (COO). She has been a director at Coyne Airways since 2010 and will head up five new market-focused divisions, including Iraq, the Caspian and Central Asia, Afghanistan, Africa, and Contract Logistics. Her appointment is part of a restructure ... [+]

Coyne Airways’ Soccermen shoot for Golden Globe

The story of the “world’s worst football team”, helped to its first victory by sponsorship from Coyne Airways, is set to be immortalised in a film released by its wonder coaches, Matt Conrad and Paul Watson. The Soccermen charts film student Matt and football journalist Paul’s quest to coach Pohnpei, a state team ... [+]

Coyne Airways appoints new GSA in Canada

Coyne Airways has appointed Exp-Air Cargo as its General Sales Agent (GSA) in Canada. Headquartered in Montreal, Exp-Air has additional sales offices in Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary, and Vancouver. "We are delighted to be working with such a well-established GSA, and look forward to growing our presence in the important Canadian market," said ... [+]

Caspian can be exasperating, says Coyne chief

Customs red tape and costly airport charges are hampering airfreight potential, Coyne Airways director told the Caspian Air Cargo Summit in Baku, Azerbaijan on 29 October. “We sometimes experience a series of frustrating obstacles that make doing business here expensive,” she said. Traffic rights can be an issue and airport costs ... [+]

Batten in the pilot’s seat at Coyne

John Batten will take over as managing director of all-cargo carrier Coyne Airways in September. Batten, who has over 35 years experience in the air freight industry, will be based at the airline's Dubai hub. Batten joins Coyne Airways from Swissport Cargo Services, where he was executive vice president global ... [+]

Coyne to Africa

Coyne Airways has launched services to over 30 African destinations via Lagos, Nairobi and Johannesburg, South Africa. It uses interline partners and the airline’s own 575 through air waybill, which helps to reduce delays. [+]

European legacy carriers predicted to exit long haul freighter market

A new air cargo world order will emerge over the next five years, as European combination carriers make way for new kids on the block, and niche carriers come into their own, according to Larry Coyne, CEO, Coyne Airways. Some, if not all, European legacy airlines will leave the long haul ... [+]

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