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A safety screen for lithium batteries

LITHIUM batteries are Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde when it comes to air cargo, writes Roger Hailey, Air Cargo News editor. …

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Solid start for air cargo but concern as trade war looms

Air cargo started 2018 with robust growth as demand drivers remained supportive, but a potential trade war could hinder growth…

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World Cargo Symposium roadmap and weblinks

Roadmap WCS 2018 roadmap (pdf). Check all the plenary sessions, industry meetings, executive meetings and specialized tracks that will take place….

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Industry leaders gather in the Lone Star state

From the desert oasis of Abu Dhabi in 2017 to a Texan treasure in 2018, the global airfreight industry’s annual…

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A great year but challenges ahead

Last year will go down as a great one for air cargo, with traffic increases outstripping capacity growth, and as…

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Glyn Hughes says welcome to Dallas

Dallas is the host city for this week’s IATA World Cargo Symposium. Glyn Hughes, IATA’s global head of cargo, sets…

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Airfreight demand up 9% in 2017, strongest growth since 2010 says IATA

Global airfreight markets in 2017 saw demand grow by 9.0%, more than double the 3.6% annual growth recorded in 2016,…

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Aviation welcomes African open skies agreement

The African Union (AU) has launched the Single African Air Transport Market (SAATM) as it hopes to capitalise on the…

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Air cargo continues to improve in November while optimism for 2018 grows

Air cargo demand growth edged up in November despite a slowdown in October and indicators suggesting the sector has passed…

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Slow progress of e-AWBs down to market growth

The slow growth of electronic air waybill (e-AWB) penetration in 2017 is down to the overall improvement in air cargo…

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