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Airlines have been ramping up their digital booking offerings over the last few years in response to market volatility. A survey carried out by booking portal Freightos found that 46% of air cargo carriers now enable instant rate searches for quotes

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

Freight forwarders are warning of higher supply chain costs as the impact of the invasion of Ukraine disrupts transportation operations. The forwarding sector said the airspace restrictions imposed by Russia, European states, Canada, the UK and in North America were forcing

The global air cargo market continued catching up with pre-pandemic levels in February as freight volumes, capacity and load factors stabilised close to 2019’s performance, with rates also slowly trending downwards. This is according to the latest data from industry analysts

Ukrainian airspace has been closed as navigation services declare the region an active conflict zone. Early this morning, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) issued a conflict zone information bulletin covering Kiev, Lviv, Dnipropetrovsk, Simferopol and Odessa flight information regions

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

Strong air cargo rates are set to continue but capacity and ground handling challenges will continue. This was the takeaway from the World Cargo Summit’s Air Cargo Market Update & Outlook, which focused on the market outlook for 2022 and beyond,

With 2022 off to a busy start, Air Cargo News caught up with a range of companies to find out what their expectations are for the coming 11 months. Damian Brett reports. Around September last year, the air cargo industry was

Logistics is like a chain - if one of its links is broken, it affects the whole chain. The same has happened with cargo ship congestion in the world's major ports. They have led to problematic situations not only in

The airfreight market is becoming more crowded and traditional operators face new competition, writes Ian Putzger. The phalanx of freighter operators has grown to include some unexpected names – CMA CGM, Maersk, Amazon and Mercado Libre. Amazon’s fleet of leased or outright

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