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Transportation Air Freight and Logistics

  • WASHINGTON, April 12- Despite sending a naval force to the Korean peninsula, the Trump administration is focusing its North Korea strategy on tougher economic sanctions, possibly including an oil embargo, banning its airline, intercepting cargo ships and punishing Chinese banks doing business with Pyongyang, U.S. officials say. President Donald Trump has...

  • NORTH KOREA OIL IMPORTS, CARGO SHIPS, STATE AIRLINE AMONG POSSIBLE TARGETS IN FUTURE U.S.-LED SANCTIONS EFFORTS- U.S.

  • Oscar Munoz, chief executive officer of United Continental Holdings

    Shares of United turned positive, rising as much as 1 percent in premarket trade after the CEO's interview, before turning back negative.

  • Airline passengers check their flights on departure boards at Salt Lake City International Airport in Salt Lake City, Utah.

    Airlines engage in overbooking to try to ensure that their flights are as close to full capacity as possible.

  • Schneider CEO on IPO

    Schneider National CEO Chris Lofgren discusses the trucking company's IPO and the state of the business under the Trump administration.

  • April 5- Placing laptops and computer tablets in the cargo hold is more complicated than air passengers or crew might expect, under new safety guidelines released on Wednesday by the European Aviation Safety Agency. EASA, which oversees safety in 32 countries, has raised concerns over fire risks in the cargo hold after the United States and Britain banned...

  • RIO DE JANEIRO, April 5- Brazilian planemaker Embraer SA sees $1.5 billion in annual exports as "a good target" for its KC-390 military cargo jet entering service next year, Jackson Schneider, head of the company's defense unit, said on Wednesday. Brazil's Air Force has already ordered 28 of the aircraft for 7.2 billion reais, with two deliveries in 2018 and three in...

  • BERLIN/ PARIS, April 5- Europe's aviation regulator voiced concern on Wednesday over the risk of battery fires in the cargo holds of passenger planes after U.S. and British authorities banned certain electronics from passenger cabins despite U.S. assurances that its agency had been thoroughly briefed on the proper handling of electronics.

  • April 5- Placing laptops and computer tablets in the cargo hold is more complicated than air passengers or crew might expect, under new safety guidelines released on Wednesday by the European Aviation Safety Agency. EASA, which oversees safety in 32 countries, has raised concerns over fire risks in the cargo hold after the United States and Britain banned...

  • April 5- Placing laptops and computer tablets in the cargo hold is more complicated than air passengers or crew might expect, under new safety guidelines released on Wednesday by the European Aviation Safety Agency. EASA, which oversees safety in 32 countries, has raised concerns over fire risks in the cargo hold after the United States and Britain banned...

  • April 5- Placing laptops and computer tablets in the cargo hold is more complicated than air passengers or crew might expect, under new safety guidelines released on Wednesday by the European Aviation Safety Agency. EASA, which oversees safety in 32 countries, has raised concerns over fire risks in the cargo hold after the United States and Britain banned...

  • April 5- Placing laptops and computer tablets in the cargo hold is more complicated than air passengers or crew might expect, under new safety guidelines released on Wednesday by the European Aviation Safety Agency. EASA, which oversees safety in 32 countries, has raised concerns over fire risks in the cargo hold after the United States and Britain banned...

  • April 5- Placing laptops and computer tablets in the cargo hold is more complicated than air passengers or crew might expect, under new safety guidelines released on Wednesday by the European Aviation Safety Agency. EASA, which oversees safety in 32 countries, has raised concerns over fire risks in the cargo hold after the United States and Britain banned...

  • April 5- Placing laptops and computer tablets in the cargo hold is more complicated than air passengers or crew might expect, under new safety guidelines released on Wednesday by the European Aviation Safety Agency. EASA, which oversees safety in 32 countries, has raised concerns over fire risks in the cargo hold after the United States and Britain banned...

  • *First response by a safety regulator after US, UK bans. BERLIN/ PARIS, April 5- Europe's aviation regulator voiced concern on Wednesday over the risk of battery fires in the cargo holds of passenger planes and urged new safety precautions after the United States and Britain banned laptops and computer tablets from passenger cabins. The Cologne- based agency...

  • BERLIN/ PARIS, April 5- Europe's aviation regulator voiced concern on Wednesday over the possible risk of fire breaking out in the cargo holds of passenger planes and urged new precautions after the United States and Britain banned computers from passenger cabins. The European Aviation Safety Agency, which is responsible for safe flying in 32 countries, said...

  • BERLIN/ PARIS, April 5- Europe's aviation regulator voiced concern on Wednesday over the possible risk of fire breaking out in the cargo holds of passenger planes after the United States and Britain banned computers from passenger cabins and urged new precautions. The European Aviation Safety Agency, which is responsible for safe flying in 32 countries, said...

  • The first Boeing 737 MAX 9 airliner is pictured at the company's factory on March 7, 2017 in Renton, Washington.

    Boeing Co. said on Tuesday it has signed a new, $3 billion deal with Iran's Aseman Airlines to supply 30 737 MAX aircraft to the carrier.

  • Consolidation ahead for automation sector

    Gunther Kegel, CEO of Pepperl+Fuchs, says it makes sense to see further consolidation in the sector.

  • BRUSSELS, March 17- Air France-KLM, British Airways and nine other airlines were hit with a 776 million euro fine by EU antitrust regulators on Friday for taking part in an air cargo cartel more than a decade ago. The European Commission re-imposed the penalties after Europe's second highest court in 2015 annulled the EU executive's 2010 decision due to a...