|Vol. 15 No. 28||
Wednesday April 6, 2016
Hundreds of years before Riverdance, an anonymous 14th
Century Irish poet invited one and all to “Come
Dance With Me In Ireland.”
That works for Verena Schaer (L), Manager of FIATA Advisory Body Vocational Training (ABVT) and Milano-based Antonella Straulino (R), Foreign Affairs Manager of FEDESPEDI, FIATA Vice President, and Extended Board Member, pictured during the 2015 FIATA World Congress in Taipei.
FIATA World Congress moves to Dublin, Ireland, October 6-8, 2016, and all are invited.
More : http://fiata2016.org/
is a high, stark white wall Ashwin Bhat faces from his
desk as Head of Cargo for SWISS International Airlines
in Zurich, Switzerland.
The Year That Was
“Our corporate results
were excellent for 2015—record breaking, really.
As an airline we had the third best report in history
and for that we have to thank all our customers both
passengers and cargo.
“Now we are advancing
our plan and look ahead to our offering for 2016.
Back To The Future
“Put simply, we are evolving
as should be and working to be even more focused than
ever before on developing and deepening our resolve
to work into our strengths.
Excitement As B777s Add Services
“Swiss adds new B777-300ER
services into Los Angeles in May 2016, offering 25 tons
The Experience So Far
As the conversation wound
down, Ashwin Bhat made the point that while remaining
vigilant and ready for every opportunity, the work has
also been a bit of an internal consolidation exercise.
Up Against The Wall
“Sitting in my office
at my desk one day looking at the blank white wall that
lines one side of this room, I thought a bit about the
canvas I have been given, leading the cargo fortunes
of a great and storied international airline.
time of year again: the 26th CNS Partnership Conference
is back to bring together airlines and forwarders for
a few days of golfing, networking, and comparing big
China Airlines is hoping free trade agreements under
negotiation or already in place and high demand for
niche cargoes and sports equipment will boost cargo
demand as 2016 unfolds.
it has often found itself—alongside its Middle
East peers— caught up in rows with regulators
and competitors (mainly in Europe) about how it has
funded and managed its expansion, there is no doubt
that Etihad Airways is a major star in the world of
air freight even when markets are stubbornly slow.
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