Etihad renews Cargo iQ

Etihad Cargo has renewed its Cargo iQ certification for its global network. It follows an audit by SGS. The carrier was awarded two supplementary stars to recognise its performance in the Corporate Social Responsibility and Innovative Spirit categories. Cargo iQ is an IATA interest group with the mission of creating and implementing quality standards for the worldwide air cargo industry. [+]

Etihad to transport at-risk animals for free

Etihad Cargo has launched a Forever Home policy to support not-for-profit transport of live animals at risk. It will consider requests from bona fide rescue and animal welfare organisations. Senior vice president sales and cargo, Martin Drew, said: “As one of the first airlines to sign the United for Wildlife ... [+]

Etihad learns to speak Chinese

Etihad Cargo has launched a Mandarin edition of its website. With China contributing to more than 20 per cent of Etihad Cargo’s operations, the country represents one of the UAE national carrier’s biggest markets. All visitors to from China will automatically be routed to the Mandarin version of the ... [+]

Live Animals completes CEIV triple for Etihad

Etihad Cargo has gained IATA CEIV certification for Live Animals, making it the first airline in the Middle East and third globally to hold IATA’s CEIV Live Animals, CEIV Fresh, and CEIV Pharma certifications. If followed an IATA-led assessment of Etihad Cargo’s dedicated LiveAnimals, for animal transportation, and SkyStables, for equine ... [+]

Etihad Cargo picks team of specialists

Etihad Cargo has appointed a specialised managerial team for cool chain products, mail and eCommerce, live animals and equine and high value products. Nasir Sajwani will head FlightValet, which manages the global transportation of high-value vehicles, FlyCulture for valuable artworks and musical instruments and the SafeGuard service for valuable cargo. Fabrice Panza, ... [+]

We’re back in business says Etihad

We’re back in business says Etihad Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Cargo says it has reclaimed 90% of its pre-Covid destinations and recorded a 20% increase in tonnage compared to the same period in 2019. The carrier currently services 72 network destinations across the Middle East, Asia, Europe, Africa, and the Americas and has ... [+]

Etihad allowed to carry more dry ice

Etihad Cargo has strengthened its ability to transport Covid-19 vaccines around the world after the UAE General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) approved it to carry up to five times more dry ice per flight on its Boeing Dreamliner and 777 fleet. It will allow the airline to provide enhanced frozen ... [+]

Etihad approves high-capacity cool container

Etihad Cargo has approved CSafe’s RAP temperature-controlled container to carry cargo on its flights. It will be introduced across all Etihad Cargo’s wide-body passenger and freighter services and will deliver additional payload protection for large pharmaceutical shipments, says the Middle East carrier. The CSafe RAP uses innovative heating and compressor-driven cooling ... [+]

New cargo boss for Etihad

Etihad Aviation Group has promoted Martin Drew to the role of managing director - cargo and logistics, from 1 November. With more than 20 years’ experience in the industry, Drew has been with Etihad for more than 15 years, working across various senior positions. He most recently headed Etihad Airways’ ... [+]

Etihad to offer 20-city network from 10 June

Etihad Airways will link 20 cities in Europe, Asia and Australia via Abu Dhabi when it introduces a special flight programme on 10 June. Connections will be available via Abu Dhabi to Jakarta, Karachi, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Melbourne, Seoul, Singapore, Sydney, and Tokyo to major cities across Europe including London ... [+]

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