Icumulus

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iCumulus is a new-age global fulfilment platform, leading the revolution of e-commerce, turning it into a totally shared & unified global economy. iCumulus connects your business to a network of global logistics providers, creating a unique shared ecosystem with the most competitive shipping rates. Unlike traditional logistics providers, iCumulus scales not by assets, staff or inventory, but by connecting true demand to supply ensuring best consumer experience. Our comprehensive cloud based e-fulfilment platform manages all distributions, purchasing, into store and consumer deliveries at no additional cost. We want our customers to be free to deal with what's important to them - service their customers, allowing them grow sales and reach new markets.

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ARIZONA AIRFIELDS PROVIDE REFUGE FOR JETS GROUNDED BY TRAVEL SHUTDOWN

Pinal Airpark | April 26, 2020

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Hundreds of airliners idled by the coronavirus pandemic’s impact on the travel industry and other circumstances crowd a southern Arizona airfield where workers are trying to make room for even more aircraft that may not take to the skies again soon. Pinal Airpark just off Interstate 10 between Casa Grande and Tucson, as of last week was providing storage space for approximately 270 aircraft, and manager Jim Petty said most of them were there because of the pandemic. About 250 miles ...

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ALASKA AIRLINES RAISES OVER $1 BILLION OF FINANCIAL HELP IN CRISIS

Alaska Airlines | July 06, 2020

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Alaska Airlines has raised over $1.1 billion through the issuance of Equipment Notes secured by 61 aircraft. The airline will use the money for general corporate purposes to help it weather the current crisis. This comes as the airline charts a path forward to remain competitive and preserve liquidity....

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AMERICAN AIRLINES OBSERVES DECREASED DEMAND, FORECASTS INTERNATIONAL CAPACITY DROP FOR 2021

American Airlines | July 02, 2020

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American Airlines on Thursday forecast a 25 percent drop in its long-haul international summer capacity in 2021 over 2019, as the carrier curtails operations to cope with a slump in travel demand because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The company will also discontinue several international routes that were once popular leisure destinations but are now expected to see decreased demand. “In an effort to match low demand resulting from the coronavirus outbreak, the airline will realign its ...

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DELTA TO EXTEND LOYALTY BENEFITS INTO 2021

Delta | September 24, 2020

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Delta announced it is extending some loyalty benefits put in place this year into 2021 to allow more SkyMiles Members the opportunity to use the benefits they earned but were not able to this year because of COVID-19. All SkyMiles Members will have any change or cancellation fees waived for flights booked from March 2020 through to the end of this year. Cancellation or changes made to flights purchased using miles will no longer result in the loss of those miles....

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Pinal Airpark | April 26, 2020

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ARIZONA AIRFIELDS PROVIDE REFUGE FOR JETS GROUNDED BY TRAVEL SHUTDOWN

Hundreds of airliners idled by the coronavirus pandemic’s impact on the travel industry and other circumstances crowd a southern Arizona airfield where workers are trying to make room for even more aircraft that may not take to the skies again soon. Pinal Airpark just off Interstate 10 between Casa Grande and Tucson, as of last week was providing storage space for approximately 270 aircraft, and manager Jim Petty said most of them were there because of the pandemic. About 250 miles ...

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Alaska Airlines | July 06, 2020

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ALASKA AIRLINES RAISES OVER $1 BILLION OF FINANCIAL HELP IN CRISIS

Alaska Airlines has raised over $1.1 billion through the issuance of Equipment Notes secured by 61 aircraft. The airline will use the money for general corporate purposes to help it weather the current crisis. This comes as the airline charts a path forward to remain competitive and preserve liquidity....

Read More

American Airlines | July 02, 2020

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AMERICAN AIRLINES OBSERVES DECREASED DEMAND, FORECASTS INTERNATIONAL CAPACITY DROP FOR 2021

American Airlines on Thursday forecast a 25 percent drop in its long-haul international summer capacity in 2021 over 2019, as the carrier curtails operations to cope with a slump in travel demand because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The company will also discontinue several international routes that were once popular leisure destinations but are now expected to see decreased demand. “In an effort to match low demand resulting from the coronavirus outbreak, the airline will realign its ...

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Delta | September 24, 2020

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DELTA TO EXTEND LOYALTY BENEFITS INTO 2021

Delta announced it is extending some loyalty benefits put in place this year into 2021 to allow more SkyMiles Members the opportunity to use the benefits they earned but were not able to this year because of COVID-19. All SkyMiles Members will have any change or cancellation fees waived for flights booked from March 2020 through to the end of this year. Cancellation or changes made to flights purchased using miles will no longer result in the loss of those miles....

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