Friday 19th Apr 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Air cargo rates rise but airlines struggle with losses

The rapid rise in air cargo rates is highlighted by results from two of Europe’s largest airlines. At British Airways World Cargo, commercial revenue rose almost 60 per cent faster that traffic volumes in the last quarter, while at Air France KLM freight

Air cargo counts the cost of disruption

Air cargo customers could still face delays as airlines, forwarders and express operators struggle to restore normal service, following the massive disruption caused the ash cloud from the Icelandic volcano

BIFA warns on air cargo backlog

The backlog of air cargo resulting from the suspension of flights over the past few days is likely to take some considerable time, not days, to clear, the British International Freight Association has warned

Volcano hits UK air cargo

An ash cloud from a volcanic eruption in Iceland has caused major disruption to flights across the UK.

Air cargo demand rises

Air cargo demand in February was up 26.5 per cent on last year, according to figures from the International Air Transport Association