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Delivering Relief Aid at a Moment’s Notice
(AIRFREIGHT LOGISTICS on November 16, 2018 Dusida Worrachaddejchai)


Volga-Dnepr continues development of cargo supermarket
Volga-Dnepr Airlines is continuing to develop its “Cargo Supermarket” combining scheduled and charter services, regional sales manager Georgy Sokolov (pictured) tells Air Cargo Week.
(Air Cargo Week by James Muir )


Air cargo leads the project cargo race
The complex missions for air cargo carriers also known as ‘project logistics’ presents a big opportunity for the air freight industry in the recent times. Air cargo carriers are called upon by industries such as Aerospace, Oil&Gas, Construction, Power & Energy, Heavy Machinery, and Humanitarian, Government & Defence to deliver logistics solutions. With its speed-dee-livery, it has been leading the project cargo race
(STAT Trade Times(India) Twinkle Sahita 03.04.2017)


AirBridgeCargo voted ‘Best All-Cargo Airline’ in AFLAS Awards
AirBridgeCargo Airlines (ABC) has won the prestigious ‘Best All-Cargo Airline’ award at the 2016 Asian Freight, Logistics and Supply Chain (AFLAS) Awards.
(American Journal of Transportation 23.06.2016)


Volga-Dnepr president inducted into TIACA Hall of Fame
Volga-Dnepr Group president Alexey Isaykin has been inducted to the International Air Cargo Association’s (TIACA) Hall of Fame
(Air Cargo Week By Justin Burns 05.04.2016)


Volga-Dnepr: the Bridge in the Air
This year, Volga-Dnepr Group celebrates its 25th anniversary in the cargo sector of the air transport industry. Volga-Dnepr, after initially creating the market niche, became a global leader in the heavy and outsize air cargo segment. The charter airline transports heavy and outsize cargo using a fleet of AN-124-100 Ruslan and IL 76TD-90VD freighter airplanes, as well as AirBridge Cargo Airlines, which operates a scheduled airline fleet of Boeing 747s and 737s. With its modern aircraft and the latest advances in carrying freight, Volga-Dnepr is able to transport complex air cargo deliveries worldwide.
(ICAO Journal vol.70- №4)


Freighter order fuels ABC's global ambitions
Volga-Dnepr’s planned $7.4bn order for 20 Boeing 747-8 freighters will transform its AirBridgeCargo Airlines subsidiary from a niche regional player into a global giant.


Still shouldering the burden
Despite tensions between the Ukraine & Russia, Volga-Dnepr’s AN-124 business continues unaffected, Dennis Gliznoutsa tells Peter Conway
(AirCargoNews 14.01.2015)


AirBridgeCargo stays bullish despite the Russian currency crisis beginning to bite
Oil price gains saw the Russian rouble rise against the dollar yesterday, after a week in which it nearly fell to the lows seen at the end of last year, giving Russian companies more hope of stability.
(The LoadStar 09.01.2015 By Alex Lennane)


ABC Enters the Driver’s Seat
Up to now, AirBridge Cargo, the airfreight carrier which was founded in 2004, considered itself being in an experimental and learning stage. Meanwhile, ten years later the Moscow-headquartered airline claims to have become mature and is eyeing a seat in the first row of the air freight industry to actively bring in its know-how and managerial expertise.
(www.cargoforwarder.eu 26.05.2014 Heiner Siegmund)


Can freighters beat the bulge?
(AirCargoNews 19.08.2013)


Ukraine may resume co-production of “Ruslan” plane
KIEV, June 27 (Itar-Tass) —— The setting up of a Russian-Ukrainian joint venture may be one of the ways to resume the manufacture of the super-heavy-duty An-124 “Ruslan” transport aircraft, Alexei lsaikin, the head of the
(ITAR-TASS World Service)


Innovative Technologies in Aviation Logistics
Due to the fierce competition caused by the economic downturn, rising fuel costs and growing customer demand, airfreight companies are forced to look for new ways to improve their performance and client base. Many are turning to specialisation, focusing on transportation of specific categories of goods in competitive fields. One of the pioneers and the leader in the airfreighting of unique or super-heavy/oversized freight is the Russian carrier Volga-Dnepr.


The economy’s impact on outsize cargo
They say that the show must go on — but in the case of the March Okinawa International Movie Festival, it almost didn’t. The problem? A load of steel beams weighing 24,956 pounds had to be shipped to Japan’s Okinawa Island in order to construct an outdoor theater, and time was running out.
(Air Cargo World)


A Total Solution for Outsize and Heavyweight Air Cargo
Russia airlines dominate this highly specialist market, providing a solution for 75% of all such air movements and have done so since the first Volga-Dnepr Airlines’ commercial flight took to the skies in 1990.


Volga-Dnepr Technics signs Sukhoi maintenance deal
SuperJet International (SJI) — a joint venture between Alenia Aeronautica, a Finmeccanica Company, and Sukhoi Holding — and Volga-Dnepr Technics, part of Russia’s Volga-Dnepr Group, have signed a Letter of Intent for the provision of maintenance services for the Sukhoi Superjet100 (SSJ100) aircraft.
(Shepard 17.08.2011)


Tatyana Shipping Large & Loving It
Russian AirBridge Cargo’s top executive, Tatyana Arslanova, is one of the rare women currently in command of a freight carrier.
(AirCargoNews 19.05.2011 Geoffrey/Flossie)


Volga-Dnepr Group; Japan's Sendai Airport Reopens to First International Civil Flight After Earthquake and Flooding
Volga-Dnepr Airlines has transported a special mobile medical vehicle from Miami (USA) to Sendai (Japan) to help survivors of the country's devastating earthquake and tsunami. Volga-Dnepr operated the flight free of charge as a gesture of support to the Japanese people.
(Journal of Transportation 30.04.2011)


Volga-Dnepr: Experts in Airlift Mobility
Volga-Dnepr Airlines celebrated the 20th anniversary of its first commercial flight in August 2010, as well as ten years of providing reliable worldwide operational support to the U.S. Department of Defense.
(ICAO Journal Issue 06-2010, December 2010)


Russia 'urgently needs to develop airport infrastructure'
Moscow - Russia's fast-growing air cargo industry will play an increasingly important role in helping to develop a thriving economy as long as the country continues to develop its airport infrastructure to manage the growth in throughput
(Cargonews Asia 01.11.2010)
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