Pacific Air Cargo Reassures Shippers as Competitor Exits Market

2024-05-07T20:04:57+00:00May 7th, 2024|Feature|

No Shortage of Capacity on LAX-HNL-LAX Route Honolulu, HI, May 7, 2024 – Pacific Air Cargo (PAC) is reassuring the freight forwarding and air cargo communities today that it expects to readily meet increased capacity demands after June 1 following the announced withdrawal from the LAX-HNL-LAX route by one of [...]

IMPORTANT NOTICE – LAX CARGO FACILITY ACCESS

2024-02-19T02:14:44+00:00February 19th, 2024|Feature, General|

Dear Valued Pacific Air Cargo Customer, Please carefully review the attached notification of access road closures from February 20 through 25 that will prevent all access to the Pacific Air Cargo warehouse facility at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). We ask you to share this information with your ground transportation agents [...]

Air freight flying high in Hawaiian skies

2024-02-15T03:59:12+00:00January 24th, 2024|Feature, General|

By Chris Barnett Hawaiian Airlines and Alaska Air. Hawaiian Airlines, a unit of Hawaiian Holdings, Inc., currently awaiting regulatory approval of a proposed combination with larger Alaska Air Group, Inc., has a strong and growing air cargo business whose structure is to be determined pending the closure of the merger [...]

Charters and RFS Fuel Growth at Pacific Air Cargo

2024-02-15T03:59:12+00:00December 19th, 2023|Feature, General, MYPAC|

Interview From Forward Magazine: For the airline and air cargo businesses, the global pandemic proved to be a double-edged sword. Commercial airlines across the globe were hit mercilessly as they parked or mothballed thousands of aircraft, while for many in the air cargo industry, it was like trying to [...]

PBN – Special Report: Shipping, transportation and storage industry relief efforts for Maui

2024-02-15T03:59:12+00:00October 31st, 2023|Feature, General|

Interview With: Paul Skellon, Director of Marketing, Communications and Public Relations at Pacific Air Cargo How has your company mobilized to assist families on Maui?  Like so many individuals, businesses and agencies throughout Hawaii and beyond, the team at Pacific Air Cargo rallied quickly, providing charter flights and dedicated service [...]

Pacific Air Cargo Assists FEMA in Delivering Emergency Supplies to Guam Following Super Typhoon Mawar

2024-02-15T03:59:13+00:00May 30th, 2023|Feature, General|

As news of Typhoon Mawar approaching Guam reached emergency services in the U.S., FEMA prepared to airlift emergency supplies to the island. The storm ravaged the territory on Wednesday May 24 during the night, leaving thousands without power, water, and telecommunication.  Pacific Air Cargo was tasked to support relief efforts [...]

Pacific Air Cargo Deliveries Pay Off in New Baby Rhino

2024-02-15T03:59:13+00:00May 4th, 2023|Feature, General|

The Honolulu Zoo has announced the arrival of a new baby Eastern black rhinoceros born on Wednesday, April 19, 2023. Pacific Air Cargo is proud of their role, transporting the parents, Aria (mother) and Kendi (father) from California to Honolulu last September and November. The male baby is the first [...]

Four Questions With Paul Skellon of Pacific Air Cargo

2024-02-15T03:59:13+00:00March 19th, 2023|Feature, General|

Original Article By Pacific Business News PBN recently chatted with Paul Skellon, the director of marketing, communications and public relations at Pacific Air Cargo, about the company's current demand, industry trends and more. Pacific Air Cargo ranked No. 4 on this week's List of Freight Shipping Companies, as ranked by [...]

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