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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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Menzies Aviation signs up to ULD code of conduct

By Damian Brett

Menzies Aviation has become the latest signatory to IATA’s ULD CARE’s Code of Conduct which aims to reduce damage to…

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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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Air cargo continues to face weak market conditions with ‘hefty’ declines in Asia

By Damian Brett

The latest figures from IATA have confirmed air cargo continued to face weak market conditions in May. Data from the…

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IATA responds to Dutch plans for green tax on air cargo and passengers

By Damian Brett

IATA has published research claiming that people would rather see investment in green aviation technology than “environmental taxes” following the…

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Hourcade leaves IATA after 13 years

IATA’s head of cargo innovation Celine Hourcade has announced she is leaving the organisation after more than 13 years. Hourcade…

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Progress made on slot allocation governance structure

IATA, Airports Council International (ACI) World and the Worldwide Airport Coordinators Group (WWACG) have announced the agreement of a new…

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Fiumicino gains CEIV Pharma accreditation

Rome’s Fiumicino (otherwise known as Leonardo da Vinci) airport has become the first air gateway in Italy to gain CEIV…

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IATA lowers air cargo growth forecast again

IATA has lowered its forecast for air cargo for the second time this year, with the association now expecting demand…

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Demand falls but capacity continues to rise in global air freight market, IATA stats reveal

Global air freight capacity growth has now outpaced demand for the last 12 months, resulting in a freight load factor…

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