Tag: capacity

Etihad Cargo Expands Capacity Offering to The United States

Etihad Cargo will further reinforce its commitment to the US market with the introduction of an additional three weekly flights to John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) from 24 April 2023. The additional flights will bring Etihad Cargo’s total cargo capacity to over 600 tons out of the US...

DHL reports airfreight capacity rises while demand falls

According to DHL's most recent Airfreight State of the Industry report, demand for air freight is still low, but capacity is rising. The report, which was released last month, cites a number of factors for the poor demand, including inflation and diminished spending power. Despite "remaining s...

‘Dark clouds’ hang over a slowing global air cargo market, as demand drops 9% in July

Seasonally adjusted general air cargo market performance data for July 2022 shows a continued slowing down of volume, load factor, capacity, and airfreight rates as the impact of economic and political uncertainties on world trade continue to hang over the industry. Weekly market intelligence from ...

Wiremind Cargo’s contribution to a more sustainable industry

Wiremind Cargo approaches sustainability from two angles: providing intelligent solutions that help its airline customers to best manage their capacity and processes, and auditing its own processes with an aim to reduce negative impact. “Sustainability is all about ensuring that what we do to m...

Air Partner Encourages Advance Freight Arrangements Amidst Capacity Limitations

Following growing constraints on logistics due to measures imposed to contain COVID-19, Air Partner is imploring companies to book air cargo transport in advance to secure availability and keep their supply chains moving. The global private aviation leader today released updates on  cargo trends a...

Global Shippers’ Alliance aims to amend slots policy which is “detrimental to freighters”

The Global Shippers’ Alliance (GSA) yesterday (19 March) agreed on various priorities including to help alleviate reduction in freighter slot restrictions at airports around the globe. Members met in Amsterdam for their annual meeting and agreed in 2019, they will use their influence to amend I...

Gatwick reveals plans to bring existing standby runway into routine use

London Gatwick Airport has today revealed plans to bring its existing standby runway into routine use in the 2020s to give it more capacity. The gateway set out its vision with the publication of its draft master plan, which looks at how it might grow in the longer term. It is being announced to ...

Panalpina gears itself for the peak season by securing extra capacity

Panalpina says it has taken early steps to secure the right amount of air freight capacity for this year’s peak season after the experience of last year. The freight forwarder explains that air freight rates remain around 15-20 per cent higher than in 2017, and it expects the industry will see ...

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