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Wednesday November 9, 2022

Pumping Traffic For November 9, 2022

Pumping TrafficLATAM Cargo is serving AERODOM and VINCI Airports on its new cargo Miami-Santo Domingo-Colombia / Ecuador with the modern Boeing 767-300F aircraft which has 50 tons of freight capacity. The new service will operate twice a week at Las Americas José Francisco Peña Gómez (AILA-Andres VarelaJFPG) International Airport, arriving in Santo Domingo from Miami and continuing to Colombia and/or Ecuador, thus linking the Caribbean with Latin America. “Opening this new route is a true milestone for LATAM Cargo, since this is our first cargo service to and from the Caribbean. We are committed to fulfilling the needs of our customers by providing innovative solutions that offer more and better route options to reach their relevant markets,” commented Andrés Varela, LATAM Cargo's Sales Director-North America and Asia . . . Unilode Aviation Solutions is delighted to announce the appointment of Mohammed Akhlaq as Chief Commercial Officer. Mohammed Akhlaq has over 30 years’ experience in senior commercial and operational roles in the aviation industry. Mr. Mohammed AkhlaqAkhlaq’s most recent role was Chief Commercial Officer for Europe at dnata. Ross Marino, Chief Executive Officer, Unilode, said: “I am delighted that Mohammed has joined Unilode. He will be a key member of our Executive Leadership Team and ensure that we have a commercial strategy that will produce optimal results and position Unilode for further growth and success.” Mohammed Akhlaq said: “I am thrilled to join Unilode. This is an exciting and challenging time as our industry bounces back after the pandemic, and I am looking forward to working together with my new team to retain existing accounts, expand our customer portfolio and provide new service offerings in the aviation market.” In a related development Cathay Pacific and Unilode Aviation Solutions are proud to announce the renewal of their full-service ULD management agreement until 2027. Visit Unilode at Stand 1081, TIACA ACF, Miami.

Babak Yazdani, Tom Owen, Ross Marino and Frosti LauFrom left to right—Babak Yazdani, Chief Operating Officer, Unilode; Tom Owen, Director Cargo, Cathay Pacific; Ross Marino, Chief Executive Officer, Unilode; Frosti Lau, General Manager Cargo Service Delivery, Cathay Pacific.

Cathay Pacific and Unilode have partnered on a wide range of ULD-related services and innovation projects since 2014 including the integration of Unilode readers into stations across the Cathay Pacific route network. Cathay Pacific and Unilode will now partner on several joint cargo projects, framing an upcoming five-year digital roadmap to improve operational efficiencies, transparency and data accuracy throughout the supply chain . . . Katharina Prost has been named Joe Moser and Katharina ProstManaging Director responsible for Finance and Administration at AeroLogic. Joe Moser, Managing Director Operations and Accountable Manager of AeroLogic GmbH, will remain active in his existing role, which he has held since March 2017.
Dorothea von Boxberg, Chairperson of the Executive Board and CEO of Lufthansa Cargo, said: "With Katharina Prost, we have been able to win an experienced manager for AeroLogic and are also pleased to continue the very good cooperation with Joe Moser. We can now look back on fifteen years of the joint venture and are very proud of what we have achieved together: safe and reliable flight operations and steady growth in the fleet by both partners. In the future, we will continue to rely on the good cooperation in the joint venture and an excellent offer for our customers." AeroLogic, as a joint venture, has existed between DHL Express and Lufthansa Cargo since 2007 and is based at the important cargo location of Leipzig . . . At TIACA's Air Cargo Forum in Miami on November 8, Mexican cargo airline AeroUnion announced outsourcing the management of all its Unit Load Devices (ULDs) to Jettainer. Alonso Haro and Shailendar Kothari

(from left to right): Alonso Haro, Chief Executive Officer at AeroUnion, and Shailendar Kothari, Managing Director at Jettainer Americas Inc.

Jettainer has taken over more than 800 units from the airline and will position and manage them to the highest efficiency as well as being responsible for maintenance and repair. The contract was signed for a period of five years. AeroUnion is based at Mexico City Airport and operates an all-cargo fleet of three A300s and two Boeing 767-200s, serving an extensive network of 21 destinations in the U.S. and Latin America via Mexico City. Visit Jettainer at Stand 831, TIACA ACF Miami.

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