Air Cargo News Awards: still time to enter

By Rachelle Harry

All the winners from the 2019 Cargo Airline of the Year Awards

The Air Cargo News team is pleased to announce it has extended the deadline for you to enter our prestigious annual awards following numerous requests. This means you have until December 20 to submit your entry.

Make sure you don’t miss out on a chance to win!

Why enter?
Winning an Air Cargo News award is the ultimate accolade in the air cargo sector.

  • Gain recognition across the air cargo community and a great PR story worth sharing
  • Increase your sales drive by appending the words “award-winning”
  • Be prominent at the awards evening with global cargo industry leaders and stakeholders in attendance

How to enter
Companies can enter six categories and all entries will be reviewed by a panel of experts.

To enter, choose a category below that is most suited to your business.

The entry system is straightforward – you could submit one today, but if you need more time to polish your pitch to perfection, then you have until December 20.

What happens next?
Entries will be assigned to the judges for scoring and the finalists will be revealed on 25 January 2020.

Attended by more than 450 senior executives and key decision makers, the Awards ceremony – where the winners will be announced – will take place on the evening of April 24, 2020.

As well as our entry categories, the awards have five best regional airline categories which are voted for online by freight forwarders, with 20,000 votes recorded each year.
 
Make sure you don’t miss out! Entries close on 20th December 2019
 
Visit AirCargoNewsAwards.net for more information

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