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K+N achieves IATA CEIV Pharma re-certification of entire cold chain network

By Rachelle Harry

Freight forwarder Kuehne + Nagel (K+N) has achieved IATA CEIV Pharma re-certification of its KN PharmaChain GxP Compliant Air Logistics…

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IATA issues new guidance on cargo transport in passenger aircraft

By Damian Brett

On May 4, IATA issued updated guidance covering the transport of cargo and mail on aircraft configured for the carriage…

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E-commerce faces tough cargo capacity shortage because of bellyhold reliance

By Damian Brett

IATA and the Universal Postal Union (UPU) have warned that the e-commerce sector is facing a shortage of air cargo…

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Bellyhold operations at risk as airlines look to government aid

By Rachelle Harry

Aviation associations have urged governments to financially assist airlines on the brink of bankruptcy as they report significant losses due…

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IATA: Governments must ‘cut red tape’ to bridge capacity shortfall

By Rachelle Harry

In its latest air cargo analysis, IATA has drawn attention to the capacity crunch — a knock-on effect of the…

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IATA welcomes SVP of member and external relations

By Rachelle Harry

IATA has announced its new senior vice president of member and external relations, Sebastian Mikosz, effective June 1. Mikosz will…

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IATA renews call to keep air cargo flowing

By Damian Brett

IATA has renewed its calls for a coordinated approach among governments to keep air cargo flowing. The association said that…

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IATA: Air cargo volumes take a hit in February

By Damian Brett

Air cargo traffic fell in February as coronavirus-related factory closures and travel restrictions began to hit the market. According to…

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IATA welcomes Brussels guidance on air cargo during coronavirus

By Damian Brett

IATA has welcomed the European Commission’s (EC) Guidelines on Facilitating Air Cargo Operations During the Covid-19 Outbreak. IATA said that…

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IATA expects cargo traffic to drop by more than 15% in 2020

By Damian Brett

IATA is projecting that cargo demand could drop by more than 15% in 2020 as a result of the coronavirus…

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