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IATA appoints new head of cargo

By Damian Brett

IATA has appointed Brendan Sullivan as its new global head of cargo with immediate effect, replacing Glyn Hughes who left…

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IATA: Volumes outperform pre-Covid levels, but pace slows in May

By Rachelle Harry

IATA has reported in its latest market analysis that air cargo volumes in May continued to outperform pre-Covid (2019) levels…

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IATA: Air cargo remains the “good news story” for the air transport sector

By Rachelle Harry

IATA has reported in its latest market analysis that air cargo volumes in April this year continued to outpace pre-Covid…

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IATA: Strong post-pandemic air cargo market expected

By Rachelle Harry

IATA is predicting a positive outlook for air cargo demand and believes it will continue to improve as the vaccine…

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IATA: Cargo demand at “all time high” but capacity is yet to recover

By Rachelle Harry

Air cargo volumes in March reached an all-time high for the month, according to IATA in its latest air cargo…

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Cathay Pacific targets digital cargo with One Record trial in Hong Kong

A trial of IATA One Record initiative was carried out by companies at Hong Kong International, including Cathay Pacific, as…

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IATA: Airfreight demand back to pre-Covid levels but capacity remains tight

By Rachelle Harry

The latest air cargo figures from IATA show that recent demand has outperformed pre-Covid levels — and volumes are now…

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Forwarders to have a greater say in IATA’s cargo programme

By Damian Brett

The Cargo Agency Conference (CAC) will in the future be required to consult with freight forwarder councils before any future…

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IATA launches new platform to connect air cargo companies

By Damian Brett

IATA has launched a new platform to support the digitalisation of air cargo supply chains. The airline association’s Enhanced Partner…

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IATA: Air cargo demand beats 2019 levels in January

By Damian Brett

Air cargo volumes returned to pre-Covid levels in January with demand even increasing compared with 2019 levels for the month….

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