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Latest Articles in Air Cargo

Air Cargo Shows Slight Pickup In May Amid Continuing Capacity Crunch

Global demand measured in cargo tonne kilometres fell by 20.3 per cent in May (minus 21.5 per cent for international operations) compared to the previous year.

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Air Cargo Demand Plummets But Capacity Disappears Even Faster: IATA

IATA warns of air cargo capacity crunch, it needs to move efficiently throughout the entire supply chain to be effective.

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Air Cargo Demand Slumps In Feb As COVID-19 Takes Hold

Significant cargo capacity was lost as a result of airlines reducing passenger operations in response to government travel restrictions due to COVID-19, severely impacting global supply chains.

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Air Cargo Bottlenecks Can Put Lives At Risk, Urgent Govt Action Required: IATA

The COVID-19 crisis has seen almost the entire world-wide passenger aircraft fleet grounded, a fleet which normally transports almost half of total air cargo shipments.

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Moderate Growth In Air Passenger Markets And Weak Air Cargo Demand As Global Economy Slows

The region's airlines carried 29.1 million international passengers in September, an increase of 3 per cent compared to the same month last year.

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Digitization – Key Lever For Development Of Innovative Solutions

The digital revolution of air cargo industry includes the use of disruptive technologies that are changing the global business landscape. IoT, wireless technologies (sensors and data loggers), blockchain and artificial intelligence are the technologies in trend which aim to bring the much-needed transformation in the industry.

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Expert Views | New Civil Aviation Policy To Boost Air Cargo Business

ACLPB will recommend norms for space allocation for air-cargo, including express cargo for all greenfield airports

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