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IATA warns knee-jerk Omicron reaction could hit cargo capacity

By Damian Brett

IATA has warned that cargo capacity could come under pressure if governments adopt a knee-jerk reaction to the Omicron variant….

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Supply chain issues continue to drive air cargo demand

By Damian Brett

Air cargo demand continued to increase in September as ongoing supply chain issues pushed companies to utilise airfreight. The latest…

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IATA adds ‘quote and book’ service to rate portal

By Damian Brett

Airline association IATA has added a ‘quote and book’ function to its rate portal, with IAG Cargo the first cargo…

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Cargo IQ announces 2022 strategy, Moehle named as new executive director

Cargo iQ’s board has announced its renewed vision for Cargo iQ in 2022, which includes focusing on implementation, direct collaboration…

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IATA launches CEIV lithium battery certification program

IATA has launched its Center of Excellence for Independent Validators Lithium Battery (CEIV Lithium Battery) industry certification program to improve…

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Qatar Cargo’s Halleux calls on regulators to step up on lithium batteries

By Damian Brett

Qatar Airways chief officer cargo Guillaume Halleux issued an impassioned call for regulators to take steps to counter the threat of rouge lithium-ion battery…

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Walsh expects a permanent shift in air cargo’s importance to aviation

By Damian Brett

Air cargo’s new found importance to airlines is here to stay, according to IATA director general Willie Walsh. Speaking to…

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IATA: Industry cooperation key to post-pandemic air cargo resilience

IATA has urged the air cargo industry to continue working together at the same pace and with the same levels…

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Can airlines overcome supply-chain challenges to meet strong air cargo demand?

By Lewis Harper, FlightGlobal

By most accounts, the strong demand for air cargo seen during the Covid-19 pandemic is likely to continue into the…

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IATA: Cargo demand increases as outlook remains positive

By Rachelle Harry

IATA has reported in its latest market analysis that cargo volumes increased in August 2021, compared with pre-Covid levels (August…

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