John Good Air achieves IATA agency accreditation

Recently launched airfreight agent John Good Air has achieved its IATA cargo accreditation, allowing it deal with registered airlines and agents.
The accreditation provides John Good Air with industry recognition of its financial and professional competence.
The company said one of the benefits of becoming an accredited agent is that members are able to deal directly with any other IATA agent or airline throughout the world, giving access to competitive rates and expanding the number of routes it can offer.
John Good managing director Seamus Jennings said: “The John Good Group is continually evolving – we firmly believe that airfreight will play a major role in offering a more holistic approach to our supply chain solutions.”
The airfreight agency was launched in January and will be based at Manchester Airport. The company was launched as the John Good organsiation, famous for its shipping agency services, was hoping to expand into offering multimodal services.

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