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14th World Cargo Symposium 2020

By Roger Hailey

​The World Cargo Symposium (WCS) is the largest and most prestigious annual event of its kind and the only one to…

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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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Cargo bosses fear reputational risk from trade sanctions as US imposes $1.3bn in penalites for 2019

Around 80% of cargo businesses named reputational risk as driving their trade sanctions and export risk compliance programmes as the…

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First-ever Madrid Air Cargo Day deemed a success

By Rachelle Harry

At the first Madrid Air Cargo Day, organised by Foro Madrid Cargo in collaboration with Spanish airport operator Aena and…

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PayCargo continues to grow as executive team changes revealed

By Damian Brett

PayCargo has announced the appointment of two new executives and a third change to its management line up as the…

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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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Jet fuel price spikes not as bad as feared

By Damian Brett

Spikes in the price of jet fuel following attacks on Saudi Arabian facilities earlier this month were not as bad…

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Saudi oil attacks set to hit air cargo prices

By Damian Brett

It is “inevitable” that spikes in the price of oil as a result of attacks on Saudi Arabian facilities at…

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