In 1952, a C-124 flew straight into a remote Alaskan mountaintop, killing all aboard. Here’s the story of what it’s taking to bring them home.
As far as aircraft go, the Douglas C-124 Cargomaster II was a vital waymarker for the U.S. Air Force in the years following the Berlin Airlift, when U.S. and British air forces began airlifting food and fuel to a blockaded West Germany after World War II.
The Ukrainian aircraft manufacturer Antonov said it expects rebuilding the aircraft destroyed by Russian fighters to cost at least 500 million euros.
Tuesday marks the 75th anniversary of the one and only flight of the Hughes Flying Boat, the so-called Spruce Goose.
Amid threats like Hurricane Ian, shippers should consider inventory positions, risk tolerance for specific commodities, transit times and associated costs.
Beyond impacts to the supply chain, one national security expert contends a rail strike could pose a threat to national security.
Disaggregation, or a shift toward smaller, faster, more flexible forms of freight transport, can help decarbonize the freight industry, remove logistics bottlenecks and increase resilience of domestic supply chains.
Andy Welch pays tribute to Keith Avery, who along with three Welch brothers — Mike, John and Jim — founded Express-1.
FedEx Ground could have made Sunday deliveries work if it stuck to its knitting, consultant says.