IATA

Micheal White to step down from CNS president role

By Damian Brett

Michael White is set to leave his role as president of IATA’s US cargo organisation CNS at the end of…

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IATA: Slow improvement in air cargo demand in August

By Damian Brett

The latest statistics from IATA show that air cargo volumes are improving only slowly despite a pick up in business…

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IATA confirms the departure of Glyn Hughes as head of cargo

By Damian Brett

IATA has confirmed that head of cargo Glyn Hughes will leave the organisation as part of a wider restructuring. Hughes…

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CCS-UK trials IATA One Record technology

By Damian Brett

London Heathrow Airport’s air cargo community has ompleted its first trial of IATA’s ONE Record technologies, which aim to replace…

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IATA launches platform to improve transparency across the supply chain

By Rachelle Harry

IATA has launched a digital platform called ONE Source to help the airfreight industry match shipping needs with available capabilities and…

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IATA: Air cargo sector must act now to overcome the challenges of vaccine distribution

By Rachelle Harry

Air cargo has not only been a lifeline for the financially-troubled aviation sector, it has also acted as a lifeline…

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IATA outlook: “Cargo is following a fairly typical recession recovery cycle”

By Rachelle Harry

Cargo continues to be the bright spot for the aviation sector, IATA revealed in a conference today in which the…

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Airports and airlines call for an extension to slot rule waiver

By Damian Brett

Airline and airport groups have teamed up to call on the European Commission to extend the slot waiver system over…

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ICAO and UPU urge governments to support air cargo

By Damian Brett

The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the Universal Postal Union (UPU) have urged governments to support the air cargo…

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Air cargo traffic stabilises in July as capacity reductions push up utilisation

By Damian Brett

Air cargo traffic was stable in July but demand continues to be constrained by the lack of bellyhold capacity, according…

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