In an environment as hands-on as trucking, bridging the gap between the digital and physical worlds can prove challenging.
Air cargo is a good news, bad news story this year. Shipment volumes are at pre-crisis levels. But cargo is joined at the hip with passenger airlines, which are cutting more flights and struggling to survive.
Vaccine distribution is an inherently complex process. The process is further complicated by this specific vaccine’s short shelf life.
At this point, the vaccine has rolled out to nearly 24.8 million Americans and counting. The vaccination story is just getting started for the automotive industry, with Stellantis becoming the first automaker to administer vaccines to its workforce.
We haven’t heard many airlines recently culling their cabins of seats, but Kenya Airways is now the first to do so with a Boeing 787.
Alaska Airlines’ parent company is one of the better managed airlines in the industry. Its financial results during a pandemic year show why.
Delta’s downsizing helped it contain costs during an extremely challenging pandemic year. On Thursday, it reported a fourth-quarter loss before taxes of $2.1 billion.