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Atlas Air Worldwide Announces Third-Quarter Profit

Whilst the passenger side of the airline industry continues to struggle due to COVID-19, cargo carriers have continued to see increased demand. Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings, the parent company of airlines such as Atlas Air and Southern Air announced a profit in their third-quarter results.  The New York-based holding company announced a net income of just over $74 million for the past quarter. Although this profit may seem small to profits normally turned by passenger airlines, it was an increase…

Amazon Prime Air Pilots Head to Seattle for Protest Outside…

The saga for cargo pilots flying under the Amazon Prime Air brand and their fight for increased working standards, benefits and wages continues as pilots employed by both Atlas Air and Abx Air took their fight to Amazon’s doorstep to make their voice heard. In a protest outside Amazon’s headquarters…

Southern Air Pilots Vote to Adopt New Standards

In a vote that saw an overwhelming majority of Southern Air pilots vote in the affirmative, a Letter of Agreement (LOA) that will raise pilot standards at Southern has been approved. The two-week long vote began on July 25 and closed on Thursday, achieving a 94.76 percent margin to ratify…

Southern Air Cargo Pilots Hope to Improve Standards with New…

When two airlines are combined, either through acquisition or merger, there's always the question of integration when it comes to the pilots. Cargo airlines are no different. In 2016, cargo giant Atlas Air acquired rival cargo airline Southern Air for $110 million. Two years later, Atlas has yet to equalize…