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GSSA Strike Aviation targets gender equality

By Damian Brett

GSSA Strike Aviation has signed up to IATA’s “25by2025” where companies pledge that 25% of management roles will be occupied…

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JFK animal facility ARK achieves CEIV Live Animals

By Damian Brett

Animal reception terminal the ARK at New York JFK Airport has achieved IATA CEIV Live Animals certification. The facility, which…

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IATA: Air cargo demand drops in March amid “growing challenges”

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Covid, the Ukraine war and oil prices all contributed to a drop in demand in global air cargo markets in…

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IATA World Cargo Symposium moves to London

By Damian Brett

IATA has taken the decision to move its annual World Cargo Symposium (WCS) event from Hong Kong to London. The…

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IATA: Air cargo up in February but uncertainty looms

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Global air cargo demand was up 2.9% in February compared to February 2021 although capacity is still constrained, according to…

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Etihad Cargo renews Cargo iQ certification

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Etihad Cargo has successfully renewed its Cargo iQ certification in accordance with Cargo iQ Standards for quality management. Following an…

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Turkish Cargo service quality certified by Cargo iQ

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Turkish Cargo’s global operational service quality has been certified by IATA interest group Cargo iQ. Cargo iQ’s mission is to…

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Air cargo growth in January “below expectations”

By Damian Brett

Air cargo growth figures for January were “below expectations” while the outlook for the year ahead is uncertain, according to…

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Putzger perspective: Outlook bright and tight

By Ian Putzger

Strong air cargo growth is expected to continue in the first half of 2022, but with continued pressure on capacity,…

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Etihad Cargo protects animals with new policy

By Roger Hailey

Etihad Cargo has launched a “Forever Home” policy to support not-for-profit transportation of animals at risk. The new policy enables…

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