Leisure Cargo joins cargo.one portal

Virtual airline Leisure Cargo is the latest airfreight provider to begin offering its services through online portal cargo.one.
The tie-up means that forwarders will now be able to make digital booking of Leisure Cargo’s global freight capacity based on live spot rates and receive immediate confirmation.
"With the help of cargo.one, Leisure Cargo has thus opened up a new digital and data-driven distribution channel," the company said.
Wolfram Simon, managing director of Leisure Cargo, added: "The co-operation with cargo.one will lead to an acceleration and streamlining of booking processes for customers in our time-critical industry.
"We are particularly pleased to see that renowned freight forwarders actively requested cargo.one’s solution and were happy to use it in previous tests."

Cargo.one develops proprietary interfaces with partner airlines to provide those dynamic live spot rates to airfreight forwarders.
Leisure Cargo markets cargo capacity on 14 low-cost and tourist airlines.
Two weeks ago, Lufthansa Cargo also announced it would begin offering capacity on the cargo.one platform.
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