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Shanghai PVG air cargo capacity drops by two thirds in April

By Damian Brett

Air cargo capacity out of Shanghai has been reduced to just a third of its level last year in response…

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NE Asia-Europe capacity drops more than 20% due to Ukraine crisis

By Damian Brett

Air cargo capacity on the north east Asia-Europe trade lane has dropped 22% since the end of February when the…

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Air cargo capacity climbs but rates remain high

By Damian Brett

Air cargo capacity continued to edge back towards 2019 levels at the end of November but strong demand and congestion…

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Preighters unlikely to offset rising air cargo demand

By Damian Brett

The use of passenger aircraft in an all-cargo configuration is unlikely to offset rising air cargo demand for the peak…

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Carriers quick to return cargo capacity to the market after Christmas

By Damian Brett

Air cargo capacity quickly recovered to pre-Christmas levels after a temporary dip over the break, according to the latest figures…

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Poor supply chain visibility a challenge to growing e-commerce market

By Damian Brett

A survey carried out by freight forwarder Geodis and analyst Accenture Interactive has found that a lack of supply chain…

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Airfreight rates stable in September as carriers add capacity

By Damian Brett

Airfreight rates on some of the world’s main trade lanes stabilised at an elevated level in September as carriers continued…

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Air cargo capacity slides as airport congestion slows operations

By Damian Brett

The gap between air cargo capacity in 2020 and last year has grown again as airport congestion has slowed freighter…

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Virgin Atlantic Cargo eyes a digital future

Virgin Atlantic Cargo has just announced that it is the first to adopt the 8.0 version of the cloud-enabled, end-to-end…

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Virgin Atlantic to adopt AFLS 8.0 cargo management platform

Virgin Atlantic is to implement the Freight & Logistics Software 8.0 (AFLS 8.0) platform from Accenture in a move that…

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