IATA Cargo

IATA: Air cargo set to return to growth in 2020

By Damian Brett

Airline association IATA has predicted that the cargo sector will return to growth next year, while airlines are also expected…

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IATA: Volume decline continues, but expected to level off

By Rachelle Harry

Market demand remains weak, IATA reports in its September 2019 figures. Industry-wide, volumes declined by 4.5% in September year on…

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Céline Hourcade looks to the horizon

When Céline Hourcade announced in June that she was leaving IATA Cargo after 11 years at the forefront of airfreight…

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Poster campaign for consumers: how air cargo delivers the goods

IATA has launched its ‘Air cargo makes it happen’ campaign that aims to raise awareness of air cargo’s important role…

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Caspian Air Cargo Summit: Industry must prepare for future growth

By Rachelle Harry

IATA head of cargo Glyn Hughes has called on the air cargo industry to “apply equal vigour” to all the…

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Air cargo in longest slump since global financial crisis

By Damian Brett

Air cargo is now in its longest slump in demand since the global financial crisis in 2008. The latest figures…

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IATA and ATA team up on animal transportation programme

IATA has teamed up with the Animal Transport Association (ATA) to promote adoption of CEIV Live Animals certification to help…

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Forwarders sign up for IATA’s new rate platform

By Damian Brett

DB Schenker, Agility Logistics and Hellmann Worldwide Logistics have signed up to IATA’s new air cargo rates platform, IATA Net…

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