Air Cargo Deal Gives Amazon More Control Over Deliveries


Amazon has entered a 10-year lease agreement with Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings, the aircraft company announced last week. Under the agreement, Amazon has the right to buy up to 30 percent of Atlas Air. Amazon will lease a fleet of 20 Boeing 767-300 converted freighters — including crew, maintenance and insurance — for seven years, with extensions to 10 years. Amazon also will dry lease from Atlas Air’s Titan Aviation unit for 10 years. The dry lease operation calls for Atlas Air to provide the aircraft but no crew.

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Apple to open new Paris flagship store, offices in Champs-Elysees building

Article Image Apple has reportedly signed a 12-year lease for an entire building along Paris’ historic Avenue des Champs-?lys?es, where it plans to open a flagship Apple Store in the next two to three years .

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Move Over, FedEx – Here Comes Amazon


Amazon has been negotiating a lease for 20 Boeing 767 jets as it executes on plans to start its own air cargo business, according to recent reports. It launched a pilot of the service in Wilmington, Ohio, where Air Transport Services Group, or ATSG, has been managing airfreight on Amazon’s behalf. ATSG reportedly moved into the Wilmington Air Park under contract with an unnamed company. That company was shipping freight to Allentown, Pennsylvania; Ontario and Oakland, California; and Tampa, Florida.

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Sprint vies with T-Mobile by launching $1-per-month iPhone 6s offer

Article Image In an attempt to outdo T-Mobile, Sprint on Thursday announced its own discounted lease plan for the iPhone 6s, costing as little as $1 per month for a 16-gigabyte model.

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Apple inks deal for first major office space in San Francisco

Apple has reportedly signed a deal to lease 76,000 square feet of office space in San Francisco’s SoMa neighborhood, marking its first real push into the city’s office market.

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Apple adds to Seattle office footprint with new space at Two Union Square

Apple has signed a lease for the 44th and 45th floors of a Seattle office tower at Two Union Square, expanding its corporate footprint in a city largely dominated by companies like Amazon and Microsoft, a report said on Monday.

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Apple rumored to expand San Jose presence with new campus lease

A report on Friday claims Apple recently signed the lease on a nearly 300,000-square-foot office and R&D complex in San Jose, Calif., as part of plans to expand into areas surrounding its home base in Cupertino.

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Apple reportedly expanding into Sunnyvale, Calif. with seven-building campus

A report on Wednesday claims Apple has agreed to lease a new campus in Sunnyvale that boasts a total of seven buildings, further expanding the company’s operations beyond Cupertino and into surrounding areas.



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