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Supply chain spotlight: Ukraine crisis adds to heavylift constraints

By Brandon Fried

In his latest Air Cargo News column, Brandon Fried, executive director of the US Airforwarders Association, looks at how the…

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Lufthansa Cargo flies high

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Lufthansa Cargo’s fleet investments are paying off with robust revenues but efforts to create and maintain capacity continue. The German…

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U-Freight predicts “erratic pricing” ahead for airfreight

By Roger Hailey

U-Freight America’s Rick Keller tells Roger Hailey that block space agreements are out and spot rates are resulting in instability…

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Putzger perspective: Outlook bright and tight

By Ian Putzger

Strong air cargo growth is expected to continue in the first half of 2022, but with continued pressure on capacity,…

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Robust demand and rates for Asia-Europe air cargo

By Roger Hailey

Asia-Europe air cargo trade looks set to continue with high rates and demand in 2022, writes Roger Hailey. Turbulence is…

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Tech start-up drives digitalisation

By Damian Brett

CargoTech has been established to accelerate digitalisation in the air cargo industry, discovers Damian Brett. Earlier this year, GSSA ECS…

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Supply chain spotlight: Greener skies ahead

By Alexandra Herdman, public policy manager, Logistics UK

The Scottish Government is a leader in setting climate change targets, having committed to achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by…

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How regional freighters offer a load to recovery

By Murdo Morrison, FlightGlobal

Airbus and Boeing are betting on the continuing ascent of air cargo after going head to head in large twinjet…

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2022 set to be the year of charter operations for freight forwarders

By Damian Brett

It seems that 2022 will once again be a year of cargo charter flights for freight forwarders. James Gagne, president…

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Putzger perspective: The challenge of finding cargo capacity

By Ian Putzger

As the industry battles with the latest wave of disruption from Covid-19 traditional thinking and practices are becoming redundant, if…

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