Friday 19th Apr 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Air cargo groups to present unified front

The four major trade associations involved in the air cargo industry have joined forces to present a single voice to regulatory authorities around the world

The terrorist threat

As I write, the Prime Minister is involved in meetings of Cobra, the government's emergency planning committee, to formulate a response to the discovery of a bomb on an aircraft at East Midlands airport.

Air cargo demand slips back

Demand for air cargo slipped back in September and volumes are now six per cent down on the May peak and - equivalent to pre-crisis levels, the latest figures from IATA reveal

Air cargo growth slows

Air cargo has entered a slower phase of expansion but the pace of growth in both volumes and yields remains above trend, according to the third quarter report from the International Air Transport Association

Virgin pushes up air cargo yields

Rising demand for air cargo enabled Virgin Atlantic Cargo to push up yields in the first quarter. Sales rose by 36 per cent, driven by a 25 per cent increase in tonnage

IATA e-freight for Austria

IATA e-freight is now operational in Austria, with Vienna Airport being the first airport to implement the e-freight standard