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Vol. 14 No. 55                  FRiday July 3, 2015

Warren Jones Out As President At IATA Cargo Network Services
   Warren Jones has unexpectedly stepped down from his post as president of IATA’s Cargo Network Services (CNS) effective June 30.
   Jones served as CNS President for less than two years.

Emirates Empire Strikes Back
   For some time now the question of whether or not Dubai-based Emirates Airline receives subsidies has been a hot button issue.
     The “Partnership for Open and Fair Skies Coalition,” a group representing Delta Airlines (DL), United Airlines (UA), and American Airlines (AA), has called on U.S. regulators to provide a level playing field and halt the expansion of the Gulf carriers.

I Am An Airport Kid
Summer Means Fun
   Summer means fun . . .
   It also means being closer to the kids, and for longer than perhaps any other time of year.
   Our older daughter Florence, (left to right in 1991 with parents and siblings, Emily and Ralph; and today with dad, Geoffrey) who graciously edits Air Cargo News FlyingTypers (thereby making this journal a more intelligent read), is in real life a writer.

Chuckles For July 3, 2015

Vol. 14 No. 52                  Thursday June 25, 2015

What Makes Ashwin Run?
  Ashwin Bhat was named chief cargo officer at highly respected SWISS WorldCargo earlier this week, and he may be the top airline cargo executive in the world. He hits the ground running, indicating that he aims to make a good thing even better:

The Charter Saga
   “That is not a saga, it’s a gas: mellifluous and malodorous.”
   The great WWI American ace and later airline pioneer Ralph O’Neill once said those words to me after reading a book about Pan Am titled An American Saga.

Chuckles For June 25, 2015

Summer Changes
   Summer means fun and also changes for Lufthansa Cargo.
   Dynamic announcement late last week that Lufthansa Cargo sales division will witness Helge Krüger-Lorenzen, Frank Naeve and Dorathea von Boxberg earmarked for new assignments at the cargo airline beginning August 1, 2015.

Weather Or Not
   And now for something completely different . . . Up Finland way, where the winters are long and they dance the tango and listen to big band music, our friend, the great Erik Byman (Ospentos) shares a bit of humor as the first of

Roermond Not Rohrmann
   UPS adds Roermond (a city in Holland not to be confused with Guenter Rohrmann, an air cargo pioneer who built Air Express International, now part of DHL) to its new facilities roster barely a month after the company opened a similar healthcare-dedicated facility at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.

Vol. 14 No. 51                  Tuesday June 23, 2015

Bhat Atop SWISS WorldCargo
   “Ashwin Bhat is a proven airfreight specialist,” said Harry Hohmeister, CEO of SWISS. “We look forward to continuing our collaboration with him, and we wish him every success and satisfaction in his new capacity, as Mr. Bhat was named SWISS’s new head of cargo.

June Is Bustin' Out For Finnair Cargo
   While Finnair Cargo awaits its big capacity boost, which will ride along with its all-new A350XWB aircraft, the first of 19 aircraft commence induction into the AY fleet toward the end of 2015.

Chuckles For June 23, 2015

Jerry and Gorm VikingTrue Confessions By Richard Malkin
Jerry Trimboli, Slugger Without Bat
   Had the Fates been a little kinder to his earliest aspirations, Jerry Trimboli, a slugging outfielder, would have had a better opportunity of landing a slot on the Phillies or Cincinnati Reds.

A Little Travelin' Music
 Sunday was the longest day of the year—the Summer Solstice in New York City—and now every day will only grow shorter until the Winter Solstice on December 22.
   But for now, it is still summer, the annual season of travel, and so we were thinking about travelling music and different forms of travel.

Vol. 14 No. 50                  Thursday June 18, 2015

Up Close & Personal With Prince Edwards
   Sanjiv Edwards, Head of Cargo Business, Delhi International Airport, is one of those executives who give the impression of being calm - all the time. When this correspondent met him at the Import Cargo Complex at Delhi Airport, there were people rushing out from their chambers on the first floor. Delhi had just felt the

Avec Mois à Paris
   Paris Blockbuster . . . Maybe the news is not the biggest ever for Boeing, but the order for 20 B747-8F aircraft from Volga-Dnepr Airlines, Russia's leading air cargo carrier, has breathed life into the legendary airplane whose sales have been mostly moribund recently.

SV June To Delhi
  Elsewhere Keku Gazder – Regional Director Cargo, Indian Sub-Continent for Saudia Cargo said freighter services have been added from New Delhi to Riyadh and Jeddah this month.

Chuckles For June 18, 2015

ULDs Get No Respect
   A common saying goes, “you can’t see the forest for the trees.”
   This also seems to be true for the ULD (or Unit Load Device).

William J. Wascher Export Seko Logistics No Limit
   William J. Wascher has to be one of the most clued-in logistics executives in the U.S. With strategic reach and a depth of knowledge across markets rarely encountered, the president and CEO of Seko Logistics sprinkles his insights into cargo markets. He is keen to talk air freight at the moment, not least because it is proving a happy hunting ground for his Chicago-based company.

Vol. 14 No. 49                  Sunday June 14, 2015

Brookings Reports U.S. Trade Flows
   Next week the Washington-based Brookings Institute’s Metropolitan Policy Program will release twin reports as part of its Metro Freight Series examining the volume of goods flowing through U.S. ports and across the nation by truck, train, boat, plane, and pipeline.

Quote Of The Day
   "There is tremendous potential for cargo services in Eastern Europe, and we have

Nepal Diary: Helping The Neediest
   (FlyingTypers’ Asia/Pacific Editor-in-Chief SkyKing has spent the majority of the past six weeks in Nepal covering the story of the devastating earthquakes. He has

Vital Views
2004—Cornelia Fischer, economist, International Civil Aviation Organization
2005—Michael Ducker, vice president – international, Federal Express
2009—Giorgio Laccona, chairman and CEO, IJS Global

Chuckles For June 14, 2015

The Joint Is Jumpin'
   Read the following while listening to Fats, who knew something about getting the “Joint Jumpin'.”
   The joint venture between Lufthansa Cargo and ANA Cargo gets bigger in August.

Vol. 14 No. 48                  Thursday June 11, 2015

Quotes Of The Day
   "More Logistics and Less CO2"—Dr. Karl-Rudolf Rupprecht

   "Open and even critical debates at our conference will have an impact on the whole"—Bettina Jansen

I Want You Harmonized
   The Global Harmonized System (GHS) is maturing slowly but steadily and impacting the ways of international trade and commerce.

AAI Focus On Cargo
   The major international airports of India—Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, and Kochi—are no longer in the hands of the government-

Chuckles For June 11, 2015

Women In Charge—Tavishi Ipsita Simply Loves Cargo
   Tavishi Ipsita simply fell in love with the cargo industry when she was still a student. As she told ACNFT, “Building a career in cargo was my choice . . .” So when the time came for her to choose her

Vital Views

1980 Guenter O. Eser, director general, International Air Transport Association, editorialized in an optimistic

2003—Don Palmer, director, International IntermodalCenter, Huntsville International Airport, Alabama, had strongly positive words for the time-positive airport.

Vol. 14 No. 47                  Monday June 8, 2015

Heavy Weather For Air Berlin
   From Dusk ‘til Dawn
   Air Berlin (AB) is in serious trouble, and not for the first time. This time, however, it is unclear whether the troubled carrier will see the sun rise again.

Voice Of The Shipper
   Here are some thoughts from Markus Aerne of Schneider Express, a privately held, 150-year-old Swiss logistics company headquartered in Basel, with offices in America in Valley Stream, New York, near JFK International Airport . . .

Hunting Trophies Have No Way To Go
   On May 15, 2015, the British publication The Economist featured an article titled “You kill it, you carry it” dealing with the issue of trophy hunting in Africa and, sidelining on the logistical aspects of this business, how to get that freshly hunted trophy back home.

Chuckles For June 8, 2015

lettersDear Geoffrey,

   Greetings from Dallas . . . I hope this finds you well. Since Madam Secretary has become a favorite show of ours, Louise and I enjoy watching young Geoffrey and seeing what a fine actor he has become.

Japan Week 2015
   As a New Yorker, any opportunity afforded to more deeply explore historic areas of the city should be immediately exploited—too often, native New Yorkers suffer the dreaded malaise of Head Down Syndrome, missing the once-spectacular, now-mundane sights of one of the greatest cities in the world.

Vital Views— 2002 And 2007
2002—Dennis W. Patrick, president, Lynden Air Freight, in a forceful comment on techniques for “everyday work.” He said: “You can remember one minute manager and management of objective.

2007—David Abney, chief operating officer – UPS and president, UPS Airlines, offered these words of change and challenge: “The air cargo industry has seen much change and many

Vol. 14 No. 46                  Wednesday June 3, 2015

Oliver's Long Beach Love-In
   The Allegria Hotel near JFK International Airport in Long Beach, New York, is, above all, a party place with stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean from its towering rooftop terrace.

Chuckles For June 3, 2015

Face Time With Emirates Tim Clark

Jyoti DHL India Livewire
   The travel and banking businesses lost their opportunity to cling on to a livewire like Jyoti Row Kavi. That was more than eight years ago. Today, Jyoti holds the fort for DHL.

Vol. 14 No. 45                  Friday May 29, 2015

Achim Too Cool For School
   You don’t have to look too far to figure out why Lufthansa Cargo is consistently on top as the number one combination cargo carrier in North America.
   Lufthansa Cargo has enjoyed a long history of firsts, marked by over six decades of a pioneering culture that has been developed, widened, and advanced over the years.

Pilots Want Lithium Cargo Revamp
   The Working Group of the ICAO Dangerous Goods Panel (DGP) convened in Montreal, Canada, from April 27th to May 1st, 2015.
   On the agenda were various working papers and recommendations due for implementation into the 2017-2018 version of ICAOs “Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air,” which is the internationally binding legal basis for the air transport of dangerous goods.

Turk Tips Wings To India & Africa
   (New Delhi Exclusive)—As Turkish Airlines has grown over the past decade, Turkish Cargo—the rising star of Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and the Americas (Miami service launching October 25, 2015)—has performed a similar expansion below decks and on a growing system of all-cargo services offered by the flag carrier.

Chuckles For May 29, 2015

Up Up & Away With UPS
   Jeff McCorstin has become one of FlyingTypers’ go-to guys for freight strategy in Asia. And, as ever, our latest conversation with the President of UPS Asia Pacific’s Global Freight Forwarding District was nothing short of illuminating.

Vol. 14 No. 44                  Wednesday May 27, 2015

Leipzig Transport Interlude
   There are some interesting meetings this week in Leipzig, Germany, as The International Transport Forum (ITF), an intergovernmental organization with 54 member countries, which acts as a think tank for transport policy, holds its Annual Summit of transport ministers.

Quote Of The Month
   With the final induction of USAiways, American Airlines becomes the world’s largest airline. CEO Doug Parker spoke about the Emirates service from New York to Milan:

Americans For Fair Skies
   The “flights freeze” taken by Dutch lawmakers, which stops any further new services into Netherlands by Gulf carriers, is added to moves already taken by Germany and France to freeze the allocation of new routes to Emirates, Etihad, and Qatar.

Saudia Adds B777 Freighters
    Saudia Cargo inducted its first B777 freighter to the fleet this month and promptly sent the aircraft into operation: SV 3969 departed Mumbai for Jeddah on May 7, bound for points in the Middle East, Africa, and Europe.

Chuckles For May 27, 2015

WTO Moves Toward TFA
   In an air cargo industry looking for new markets, return on investment, and less time on the ground, the World Trade Organization (WTO) initiative toward acceptance of a new Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA) is underway amidst hopes of ratification by the WTO’s 10th Ministerial Conference in Nairobi this December 15-18, 2015.

Logistics Versus Nepal
   On April 25 a 7.8 magnitude earthquake devastated Nepal, but since then the Himalayan country has suffered more than 90 aftershocks of over 4.0 magnitude, as well as a 7.3 quake on May 12, which was followed by a 6.3 quake an hour later.

Echoes 1975-2015
1990—As Jean-Alain Ress takes a hard look at the air cargo industry, there is little question that competition is steadily gaining muscle. Ress, who heads marketing for Aeroports de Paris cargo and ground handling services, predicted    

American Launches B787

Vol. 14 No. 43                  Thursday May 21, 2015

Nepal Going To Wells Is Heart & Soul
   (Nepal Exclusive)—Like many of the people working on the relief effort in Nepal, Steve Wells is an ordinary guy doing his best in exceptional circumstances.
   The 43-year-old from Baltimore, Maryland, is organizing the logistics of getting aid into Nepal for Save the Children (STC) in his capacity as the charity’s Head of Logistics. He draws on the vast

Lise-Marie TurpinTIACA ACF Toronto
   The first news out of the TIACA Executive Summit in Miami this week is that Air Cargo Forum 2018 will take place in Toronto, Canada.
    The 2018 ACF will take place from October 17-19 at the Metro Toronto Convention Center.
   Lise-Marie Turpin, vice president, Cargo, Air Canada Cargo, said the ACF will be a “wonderful opportunity for the

Cargo Star Of Lebanon
Cargo Star Of Lebanon
  Middle East Airlines (MEA) launched its new $25 million cargo center, replacing a facility that had been in use since Salim Salam was chairman. Photo above—Mr. Salam, (center) is pictured in 1982 with Geoffrey (right) and ACN Senior Contributing Editor, the late Ed Talbert, (left).

Chuckles For May 21, 2015

ACE Sessions Back To The Future
   If you think remembering who won airline of the year at that awards banquet at Air Cargo Europe is tough to remember, try remembering a single detail from even one discussion session at Air Cargo Europe 2013.
   Yes, we are speaking 2013, but honestly, unless you were there, you probably missed it.

Vital Views 2005 & 2015
   The year 2015 marks our 40th year in the world of air cargo news reporting—first as Air Cargo News and now as FlyingTypers.
   In 2015 we are fortunate to present the writings of the nearly 102-year-old Richard Malkin, who remains the first air cargo reporter in history (circa 1942) and now serves as FlyingTypers' Senior Editor.
     Here Richard recalls the views of executives over the four decades.

Vol. 14 No. 42                  Monday May 18, 2015

Never Too Early For 'Fast' Jacques
   “It’s not about whether a dime on the ground is worth your effort,” says ‘Fast’ Jacques Leijssenaar, newly minted vice president Cargo Sales EMEIA for United Cargo, “it’s about whether you are willing to pick it up and make something out of it.

Weeks Waiting DHL Nepal Focus
   DHL’s Disaster Response Team has been the most prominent industry presence on the ground in Nepal, but team leader Chris Weeks would like to do more.
   A team of DRT volunteers consisting of DHL employees from countries including Bahrain, Belgium, Dubai, India, Malaysia, and Singapore arrived in Kathmandu two days after the first huge quake struck this mountainous country on April 25, 2015.

Chuckles For May 18, 2015

Can Duo Save TIACA?
   As Oliver Evans and Enno Osinga exit stage left, Sanjiv Edward, head of Cargo Business at Delhi International Airport and Sebastiaan Scholte, CEO of Jan de Rijk Logistics, arrive on the scene as chairman and vice chairman, respectively.

lettersNepal Failing Logistics
Dear Geoffrey,
   It was with a mixture of sheer disbelief, anger, and frustration that I read your story about Nepal Failing Logistics.
   Just a few days ago, I found the attached newspiece published in the Kathmandu Post, only hours before the second heavy earthquake this week.

Echoes 1975-2015
   Promises, promises. Why not? If air travelers may now purchase e-tickets, why not grant air cargo customers the efficiencies of an e-air waybill—a system

     Prompted by feasibility studies, which covered manufacturing and trends in trade over the ensuing three decades, Federal Express arrived at a decision to say farewell to its Asia Pacific hub in Subic Bay, Philippines, and transfer

Vol. 14 No. 41                  Thursday May 14, 2015

Logistics Failing Nepal
(SkyKing In Nepal)—The humanitarian relief effort into Nepal is being hampered by a failing logistics network, which is in danger of leaving as many as a million people without adequate food and shelter ahead of the June monsoon season.

Sultan Of Cargo At Emirates
   Shortly after Nabil Sultan emerged on the world stage as Emirates’ “newly appointed Divisional Senior Vice President, Cargo July 1, 2013,” he headed to the United States to meet staff and customers. We met up with him at SkyCargo John F. Kennedy International Airport before that fateful exercise got underway.

Ospentos Innovates New IT Solution
   We met Erik Byman in midtown Manhattan as a chilling late March wind locals have dubbed the “Hudson Hawk” cuts up from the Hudson River and careens through the canyons of buildings.
   We recall catching up with Erik in similar climes over the years—Moscow at Trans-Russia, the big logistics event held in the Russian capitol, and in Finland and Estonia in the deep winter.

Chuckles For May 14, 2015

Four Decades Of Vital Views— George A. Shipman and Brian P. Barrow

Dale Drones On
  Take it from us: the air cargo visionary, the air cargo pundit extraordinaire, will always be around. His thoughts leap time to a yet unrealized future.

Vol. 14 No. 40                  Monday May 11, 2015

East Side/West Side Reporting Lufthansa Cargo 2015
   Recently at CNS Partnership Conference in Orlando, Florida, we met Dr. Alexis von Hoensbroech, the new board member products & sales of Lufthansa Cargo, and the effervescent cargo professional, Achim Martinka, vice president cargo, the Americas.

Chuckles For May 11, 2015

Swisseriffic News From Munich
   The best may have been saved for last at Air Cargo Europe Thursday afternoon. SWISS WorldCargo put together a tasty gathering of fun facts, a teaser regarding a future reveal of next month's successor to retiring chief cargo officer Oliver Evans, and news that by 2016 the first of a half dozen B777s will join the fleet, bringing increased capacity and replacing the A340s on long haul routes.

Rainer MuellerSV Builds CDG
     “Our focus is to improve connectivity and provide a growing network of destinations and quality operations to our customers,” said Rainer Mueller, VP Commercial for Saudi Airlines Cargo.



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At Air Cargo Europe, left to right—Kevin Ennis, vice president business development dnata Cargo; Bernd Leo Struck, senior vice president-UAE cargo, dnata and Micky Jadeja, manager commercial cargo, dnata.



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Extraordinary People
   We are glad to report that in this world of ordinary people, there are still many dear hearts in air cargo.
  And none better than Lionel Smith, CEO, Air Cargo Integrators, a Dubai-based wunderkind, who is busy right now extending a helping hand to the victims of the Nepalese disaster.

Sir Maurice FlanaganHappy Landings Maurice
   My friend, the great Maurice Flanagan, Emirates Airline chief executive who built the company into the world’s largest international airline, died on Thursday at his home in London. He was 86.

Trees Gave It Up For Daily Blah
   Last week we picked up a copy of the “Official Air Cargo Europe” daily publication commissioned by Transport Logistic Air Cargo Europe.
  Printed on extra thick glossy stock, the issue felt and looked wonderful.

Vol. 14 No. 39                  Wednesday May 6, 2015

China Exports & Capacity Flatten Rates
   Deteriorating exports from China allied to an influx of capacity on ultra-large container ships are combining to put even more downward pressure on ocean liner spot rates on key East-West trades.

Always On Sunday
   The head of Customs at Athens International Airport teams up with Athens International Cargo marketing manager as Greece continues its long but steady climb back from economic ruin.

Matters Of The Heart—Lena Boueri
   Sometimes the cargo business is about making a lot of money, other times it is about following others into the business.

Chuckles For May 6, 2015

AA Cargo Picks Up The Beat
“As great as 2014 was for network expansion, 2015 should be even more exciting as we add non-stop service between Dallas and Beijing, and between Miami and Frankfurt.”

Oman Air Takes Off
   Look up in the sky—it’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s Oman Air!
   You might think Suresh Nair is a new kid on the block—the youthful head of cargo sales and marketing at Oman Air projects the image of an eager, dedicated young airline executive, driven by his unique role in the emergence of a major niche player on the air cargo scene.

Favorite Tuesday Photo
   Why are these people smiling?
   Because they love each other, that’s why!

Vol. 14 No. 38                   Tuesday May 5, 2015

New Landmark For Air Shippers
   (Dateline Istanbul)—Our first impression upon walking into the building was that we had just landed at Google Headquarters.
   The space was so big, bright, and airy, and filled with young, smart looking, purpose-driven people.

Chuckles For May 5, 2015

ATC Aviation Out Front Pulling Away
   Nobody has to tell ATC Aviation CEO Ingo Zimmer to stand tall.
   At nearly 6 foot five inches, the dynamic leader of “wunderkind” GSSA ATC, based in Cargo City Sud Frankfurt-Main Airport, is usually the easiest to spot, even in a crowded room.

Cowboys & Indians
   Never mind the Cowboys—here come the Indians!
   One of our favorite trade show pictures has Pradeep Kumar, senior vice president,

Playing An Ace In Munich
   In the game of cards, the Ace of Spades has two paradoxical meanings: it’s the card with the highest value, but it’s also the death card.
   Topic A at Air Cargo Europe (ACE), taking place in Munich, Germany, as part of Transport Logistic from May 5th to May 8th, raises the question of whether ACE will be the trump card of 2015’s cargo events, or another joker wrapped up as a super- sized industry event.

Feliz Cinco De Mayo
   A man dressed as a female Mexican rebel takes part in a recreation of the Battle of Puebla

Vol. 14 No. 37                   Monday May 4, 2015

True Confessions: An Interview With Peter Gerber
   Peter Gerber assured me that he has kerosene in his blood, which translated to a simple though important fact: virtually the entire career of the 51-year-old CEO of Lufthansa Cargo has been within the Lufthansa Group. The kerosene apparently has turned out to be an effective mix, and Gerber replied to

For David Communication is King
   United Cargo’s Managing Director of Pricing, Revenue Management and Sales Strategy, David King belies the green eyeshade, rolled-up sleeves, cliché image of a moneyman. He prefers instead to be active in the marketplace, learning from and about his customers and industry colleagues.

Chuckles For May 4, 2015

Everbody Loves Somebody Sometime
   And the awards just keep on coming . . .
   Now with Air Cargo Europe underway, the award season ramps itself into overdrive.

More Cool At Swiss ZRH
    “The expansion of these cold storage facilities further confirms our joint commitment to making Zurich Airport a first-class hub for handling pharmaceutical shipments.

Four Decades of Vital Views
   William D. Clarke, former director of cargo planning at Trans World Airlines, called attention to the following: “When deregulation occurred in 1978, the pricing environment began to change. At first, the changes were not pronounced as forwarders

Spargel Zeit Asparagus Time Again
   If you’re in Munich this week you must try to enjoy the great German “royal vegetable” spargel (white asparagus). It was once reserved for only the upper classes, but is now enjoyed by everyone in Bavaria and beyond.


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