Freighters World: Astral aiming for the stars

THE air cargo industry is often accused of failing to embrace the latest technologies and as a result loses market share to disruptors –new companies entering a market place and shaking things up.
The one problem with this accusation is that it does paint all air cargo companies with the same brush and in fact there are plenty of airlines out there that are looking…
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