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Software firm Dakosy has urged the air cargo industry to start preparing for the latest phase of the European Union’s (EU) Import Control System (ICS) for security declarations. ICS2 means that from March 2023 airlines will need to submit shipment information

Looking at the market trends and possible challenges of 2022, industry experts have made various assumptions, but no one could have predicted that the industry would have to deal with something that Europe has not experienced for decades: active warfare. For

Lufthansa Cargo expects global market capacity will be approximately 10% down as a result of the Ukraine invasion. Speaking at a press conference, Lufthansa Cargo chief executive Dorothea von Boxberg said this is because of restrictions for global fleets. Russian carriers

As the industry battles with the latest wave of disruption from Covid-19 traditional thinking and practices are becoming redundant, if not outright liabilities, writes Ian Putzger. The Omicron virus may be less deadly than prior variants of the virus, but it

Cargo handlers have been bolstering their handling operations in order to meet the surge in airfreight prompted by the pandemic. To navigate potential backlogs and increased volumes at airports, handlers have utilized technology and employee training to increase operational efficiency.

Koppert Biological Systems and Air France KLM Martinair Cargo (AFKLMP Cargo) have entered into a partnership as part of the airline’s sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) programme.  Under the partnership, AFKLMP Cargo will use SAF on selected international cargo flights carrying Koppert’s

Etihad Cargo has advanced its international digital booking reach through a new partnership with WiseTech Global Limited, enabling the carrier to list its airfreight capacity on cloud-based digital air cargo platform CargoWise.   Martin Drew, senior vice president sales and cargo, Etihad

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